More information is needed. Usually, the U.S. Government inspects when a person is entering the U.S., rather than leaving. Were you inspected by the U.S. Government?
Assuming that you were inspected by I.C.E. or the C.B.P., then the official is correct, you usually have no right to an attorney. How this investigation took place and whether this was a lawful action.
At times, an attorney is allowed to observe the process. However, this is where care is undertaken and the attorney is helping to reasonable clarify a situation, not obstructing review. Often, in these situations, it is impossible to get legal assistance. What, if anything, did you receive from the D.H.S. Officials, as a result?
If you received what is called a Form I-275, then this should be carefully reviewed by an candid, experienced, thorough and unbiased immigration attorney. A teleconference in a situation like this may take considerable time to review and discuss to your satisfaction.
The above is general information and does not create an attorney client relationship.
It is advisable to retain an immigration lawyer and discuss your case in private.
It will be of more benefit to you.
Inspeection normally take place when one is leaving the country as opposed to entering.
If you are entitled to apply for immigration benefit the lawyer can tell you that, if not he or she can explain your options.
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