Legal Advice for Removal Proceedings — 16 results
Written by attorney Robert F. Ley, 16 days ago.
Appreciate the hearings and general steps involved in Immigration Court Initial Master Hearing This is your first hearing in front of an Immigration Judge (IJ). These removal proceedings... more
Written by attorney Ahmad Yakzan, over 2 years ago.
If you ever find yourself facing removal proceedings (deportation), the attorneys at Tucker Ludin are here to help you with your ordeal. This page aims to give you a general description of... more
Written by attorney Nathan R Bogart, almost 3 years ago.
Prosecutorial discretion has been a major part of the immigration debate going back at least to the infamous Morton Memo from the Summer of 2011. In truth, the concept is anything but new.... more
Written by attorney Nathan R Bogart, about 3 years ago.
Brief Introduction to Adjustment of Status
Adjustment of status is a term used to describe the process of becoming a lawful permanent resident. There are multiple ways to adjust status,... more
Written by attorney Hans Burgos, over 3 years ago.
A brief guide about removal proceedings in the US. The arrest by ICE; issuance and service of the charging document (the NTA). The detention in an ICE processing center. The bond hearing.... more
Written by attorney Daniel P. Hilf, over 3 years ago.
A person (respondent)placed in removal proceedings at Immigration Court have several important rights which he or she can exercise.
1. Right to Retained Immigration Counsel - Pursuant to... more
Written by attorney Moses Apsan, about 4 years ago.
When an Immigration Judge has found
that an alien is illegally present in the United States, it does not
necessarily mean that the person must be deported. The Immigration Laws
Written by attorney Jeffrey Brauwerman, over 4 years ago.
At the conclusion of removal proceedings the Immigration Judge may grant voluntary departure for a period not to exceed sixty days. The alien must be physically present in the United States... more
Written by attorney Jason Lorenzon, over 3 years ago.
This is a brief guide explaining Prosecutoral Discretion in light of the current John Morton Memo and Peter Vincent Memo
Written by attorney David H. Stoller, about 4 years ago.
In August 2010, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("USICE") issued guidance to its attorneys regarding their exercise of discretion to terminate deportation proceedings pending against... more