Deportation & Removal of Immigrants
Flowers Davis Immigration Lawyers are here to fight for your rights!
If you are present in the United States without status or have been accused of committing an offense that makes you removable after obtaining residency, you need the help of an experienced immigration attorney to manage your case. We represent all classes of individuals in need of removal defense from asylum seekers at the border to lawful permanent residents seeking another chance to remain in the country.
Flowers Davis Immigration Lawyers will work to secure your release from detention when possible, advise you on the benefits that may be available, help you make informed decisions that are best for you and your family, and appear in immigration court on your behalf. The Government, seeking your removal from the United States, will always have an attorney advocating for your removal, and it is important that you also have an experienced attorney representing your best interest in front of the Immigration Judge.
The Government is aggressively pursuing removal proceedings against individuals present in the United States without status, regardless of their lack of a criminal history.
Common Grounds for Removal Proceedings
The Government may seek to remove individuals present in the United States for a variety of other reasons, including the following common grounds:
Arrest or Conviction for Any Criminal Offense (Depending on Immigration Status and Nature of Offense)
Illegally Entering the United States
Unlawful Presence in the United States or Violating your Nonimmigrant Status
Fraud or Misrepresentation to Obtain Immigration Benefits
Abandoning Permanent Resident Status
Unlawful Use of Public Benefits
What to do if I am detained?
Removal cases usually begin after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detains a noncitizen of the United States. Some individuals are eligible to be released from custody on bond while awaiting their court date. An experienced immigration attorney can help you request an immigration bond and avoid lengthy and unnecessary detention. It is critical to contact an immigration attorney as quickly as possible if ICE detains you or a loved one.
Even if you are undocumented and entered the country illegally, you may qualify for removal relief depending on the facts of your case. It is important to discuss your case with an experienced immigration lawyer before giving any statements to ICE or signing any paperwork.
We understand this is terrifying and confusing:
The Immigration Lawyers at Flowers Davis are here to help with your deportation and removal needs.
The immigration attorneys at Flowers Davis will not rest until we have done everything possible to protect your future in the United States.
To obtain the services of our dedicated legal team, don’t hesitate to call our office today at 903-592-8186 or complete the form on this page.