2-1. Immigration Litigation
Given the complexity and multiple requirements associated with removal (also known as deportation) proceedings, it is often difficult to know how or where to start. The immediate and especially long term effects that a deportation may have in your life, including family separation and loosing immigration status, are often unforeseen. Our immigration law firm has a vast experience in removal proceedings and will aggressively search for every conceivable venue to defend your inadmissibility or deportability charge(s). Williams & Williams Law Firm have represented foreign nationals before several Immigration Courts throughout the California, Illinois and Virginia. We have litigated inadmissibility matters under INA § 212, as well as removability matters under INA § 237. We can represent you at any detention center or immigration court to litigate your relief, including but not limited to Asylum, Withholding of Removal under CAT, Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Resident and Non-Permanent Residents, Cuban Adjustment Act, VAWA, TPS, NACARA, CSPA, INA Sec 212(h), Prosecutorial Discretion, Deferred Action, Automatic Acquisition of Citizenship, Adjustment of Status, waivers, etc.
Also our immigration law firm conducts appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) and US District Court for the Central District of California.
As immigration lawyers, we understand cases are about more than just numbers- they’re about lives and the future of families. This is why in our immigration law firm we are dedicated to make sure our clients understand the proceedings, what they are required to do, and how to expedite the resolution of a case. No matter how difficult a case might seem, we’re prepared with the knowledge and experience necessary to help you achieve your goal.
• Bond hearings
• Waivers of inadmissibility and deportability
• Asylum, withholding or CAT
• Cancellation of removals
• Battered Spouses
• Appeal cases before AAO and the BIA
• Motion to Reopen before USCIS, Immigration Court or the BIA
• Writ of Mandamus before the US District Court for the Southern District of FL or Puerto Rico
Contact a business law attorney at the Williams & Williams Law Firm
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