my dad has court this wendsday but he does not have an attorney he is going to go but by himself its his first court will he get deported or will he get another chance to get an attorney?
He should ask for time to retain a lawyer and ensure that he does retain one.
What is the nature of his charges and what is his immigration status in the US?
You are welcome to use the link provided below.
Your father may request a continuance at the Immigration Court to have a chance to speak and retain an immigration attorney.
When your very presence is on the line in the United States going to an immigration court without an immigration attorney on a removal case is like playing with a Guillotine with a really badly worn out rope.
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