Experienced Immigration Defense Lawyer For Removal Proceedings
Every visa and green card holder has that fear that one day their immigration status will be taken away. If you have received a Notice to Appear or if a loved one has been detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), you need immediate legal counsel. Removal proceedings are very serious, but the government must prove its case.
The Law Offices Of Mariam Ebrahimi PLLC provides the skilled defense you need to fight removal. Our experienced immigration attorney will pursue every legal path to avoid being separated from your family and deported from the U.S.
Fighting Removal (Deportation)
There are many reasons a person may be targeted for removal, whether they are in the U.S. on a temporary visa or have legal permanent resident (green card) status:
- Immigration offenses such as unlawful entry, expired visa, working without authorization or marriage fraud
- Deportable crimes, which may include drug offenses, firearms, sex crimes, domestic violence, fraud or felony theft
- Becoming a public charge (receiving public assistance)
Ms. Ebrahimi has regularly appeared before the Arlington Immigration Court to advocate for numerous clients during the removal process. She will find out the exact reason you are facing removal and challenge the government’s evidence and basis for seeking deportation. Depending on your situation, you might qualify for an immigration waiver, removal of cancellation, a stay of removal, or other relief.
If your family member is in ICE detention awaiting removal proceedings, we will make every effort to get him or her released from custody until the removal hearing or another court appearance, rather than sitting in jail for weeks or months.
Call Us Today For Immigration Help
The possibility of deportation is frightening, and immigration court is intimidating. Ms. Ebrahimi will fight for you and prepare you for each stage of the process so you know what is happening and where you stand. We cannot promise that you or your loved one will be allowed to stay in the U.S., but we will do everything in our power to protect your rights and forcefully state your case.