Santa Ana Deportation & Removal Attorney
Defending the Life You Have Built, Serving Orange County
At the Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi, we have seen firsthand how changes to immigration law and policy have affected U.S. immigrants. The threat of deportation is affecting immigrant communities across the country. Thousands of immigrants are being arrested by ICE and held in detention centers as the government seeks to deport them as quickly as possible.
If you or a loved one has been placed in removal or deportation proceedings, you need to contact an immigration attorney as soon as possible. Our Santa Ana deportation and removal lawyer is prepared to fight for your rights and your future. We have successfully resolved many deportation/removal proceedings for clients who have overstayed their visas, entered the country illegally, or have previous criminal records.
For aggressive, personalized representation, call (714) 874-9300 now.
Common Reasons for Deportation & Removal
Deportation occurs when a foreign national is removed from the U.S. by the government. Any non-citizen – including a green card holder – may be placed in deportation proceedings for a variety of reasons.
Common causes for deportation include:
- Illegal entry
- Failure to obtain a proper visa
- Overstaying a visa
- Failure to obey the terms of a visa
- A criminal conviction
- Violation of U.S. immigration laws
- Failure to advise the USCIS of a change of address
- Illegally receiving public assistance
Forms of Deportation Relief
If you are in removal proceedings and want to avoid deportation, there are several potential forms of relief. Our skilled immigration attorney can evaluate your situation and determine which type of relief you qualify for.
We may be able to protect you from deportation by seeking relief in the form of:
- Adjustment of status
- Withholding of removal
- Cancellation of removal
- Cancellation under the VAWA
- Deferred action
- Prosecutorial discretion
- Voluntary departure
Contact the Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi Today
Deportation is a serious matter and a challenging situation for any immigrant. Attorney Sholeh Iravantchi can take the time to educate you on the deportation process and help you avoid common pitfalls made during removal proceedings. Our goal is to help you effectively resolve your matter so that you can remain in the United States.
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