Toll Free: 844-306-3456 | Local: 818-385-1100 | Se Habla Español erika@elrlawgroup.com

Deportation Defense

What do you do when you are arrested and then Immigration (ICE) puts a hold on you? You Need a Deportation Defense Attorney. What happens when you get transferred into immigration custody and go into immigration detention? You need a Deportation Defense Attorney. The Law Offices of Erika Roman will be with you every step of the way bringing you home to your family. Our first goal is to get you released on bond. We negotiate with the government before your hearing and prepare the best possible defense to show the Judge why you deserve to be released from jail. Working with the entire family as a team, it is important to tell a story, your own unique story of why you deserve a second chance to stay in this country.

Deportation Defense Attorney

Deportation Defense

Deportation Defense Attorney

We will prepare a Deportation Defense and fight to make you eligible for Cancellation of Removal, or a Waiver, or a Petition, or Family based adjustment or Asylum, the Dream Act or Deferred Action or even Administrative Closure through Prosecutorial Discretion. The Law Offices of Erika Roman can even help you win your case when you have been previously deported. Filing a Motion to Reopen your case, based on the law changing, having a United States citizen wife or child, or exceptional circumstances can be another way to stay in this country. We can also file a Stay of Removal with ICE directly. It is important to choose the right deportation defense attorney. The Law Offices of Erika Roman also specializes in post-conviction relief. If your loved one plead no contest or guilty to a crime without being advised of what would happen to them with immigration consequences, we can go back to criminal court and modify the sentence or withdraw the plea. Also, a brand new law passed in November 2014, making it possible to reduce certain felonies to misdemeanors, less serious crimes and also reduce certain crimes to be less than 365 days, getting rid of many aggravated felonies.

In all forms of relief, the Judge will take into consideration the relationship with your family, if anyone in your family that you take care of suffers from health problems, your work history, if you pay child support, if you attend church or temple, and any volunteer work in the community, along with education and classes. It is important to save your bills, document your accounts in good standing and get letters of support from family and friends talking about your character and how you contribute to your family. Contact our immigration law offices today for the best deportation defense attorney you can get.