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Jeffrey B.Peltz, P.C.
26 Court Street, Ste. 503
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Telephone: (718) 625-0800

Deportation

 


 

    Deportation    

 

Get a Strong Defense Against Deportation

 

U.S. law divides deportation proceedings into two categories: removal and inadmissibility. Inadmissibility prevents a would-be immigrant from entering the United States. Removal involves forcibly making an immigrant without current legal documentation leave the country. Removal proceedings may occur if U.S. authorities believe you have entered the country without proper documentation, violated your terms of admission or have engaged in criminal actions. These actions could involve entering the country illegally, remaining past the expiration of your visa or pleading guilty to a criminal violation of which removal is a potential penalty. 

 

  You Have Rights


   Even if you are in the U.S. and authorities allege you do not have proper documentation, you still have rights. One of these rights is to a knowledgeable and experienced immigration law attorney who can defend your interests throughout your removal proceedings. 


     The law firm of Jeffrey B. Peltz, P.C., has helped countless immigrants and would-be immigrants legally enter and remain in the U.S. For immigrants facing removal, we provide a strong, tailored defense. With vast experience and knowledge to draw upon, we can help.


      We speak Spanish, Hindi and Urdu, and have represented clients from numerous countries. We are conveniently located in downtown Brooklyn, New York, and represent clients in all of New York City and the surrounding New York and New Jersey Metro Area. 


Facing Removal?  We Can Help 

  

   If U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement (ICE) has detained you or a loved one, there is little time to delay. It is vital that you put forth an aggressive and informed defense at your deportation hearing. You have only 30 days to appeal the decision, and an appeal is unlikely to be successful if you do not have valid and compelling arguments at your initial hearing — an appeal is based solely on the transcript of the original hearing, meaning mistakes made at the initial hearing will likely result in a bad outcome for you or your loved one.  


Schedule Your Free Consultation to Begin Your Deportation Defense

 

    For help with your removal proceedings, call our experienced lawyers at 718-625-0800 or reach us online. We represent clients in all boroughs and are available to meet evenings and weekends.