If you are an immigrant with a previous deportation order, even if you are unable to reopen your case, you may still have hope for temporarily stopping your removal from the United States. If you are currently in this situation, you can file a “stay of removal” with the Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) or the deportation office. The stay of the removal needs to be well-documented and it is important to have an experienced lawyer throughout the process.
If you have been ordered to depart the United States, The Law Office of Rosina C. Stambaugh is prepared to fight for you. Our York immigration attorney has a thorough understanding of federal immigration law to help you navigate the complexities of the legal system.
A stay of removal is available to immigrants who are currently detained, as well as those who were released on an “order of supervision.” Those who are reporting on an order of supervision have a better chance of being granted a stay of removal since the ERO already determined that their case is low priority.
A request for stay of removal is filed at the local ERO office. You or your lawyer needs to complete Form I-246. If the ERO does not have your original passport on file, you need to submit the application with your valid passport.
Our York immigration attorney will review your case and determine all of your available legal options, besides a stay of removal. If there are no other options and you have met all the requirements in your case, we will prepare the request of a stay of removal, gather the necessary evidence, and attend your appointment at ERO with you to submit the stay in person. We will be in constant communication with the ERO regarding your case.
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