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The threat of being forced to leave the United States shakes the foundation of your life — your job, home, family life and all of the steps you have taken to become a lawful resident are all in jeopardy. If you have been thrown into deportation proceedings, immigration lawyer Douglas Williams can help.

Are You Facing Deportation In Florida?

You have been notified of your potential deportation via a Notice to Appear (also referred to as an Order to Show Cause), which details your alleged violations of immigration law. Do you know what step to take next? Attorney Douglas Williams can instruct and defend you at each hearing. One of the most common deportation proceedings is Removal of Permanent Residents.

Our skilled attorney can move to cancel a permanent resident's removal if:

  • You were a lawful resident for at least 10 years.
  • You resided in the U.S. continuously for seven years after being lawfully admitted to the U.S. with a legitimate status.
  • You were not convicted of a felony or any crime of moral turpitude.

Other tactics he uses to prevent deportation include:

  • Cancellation of Removal for Non-Lawful Permanent Residents
  • Adjustment of status (attaining a green card)
  • Asylum
  • Convention Against Torture (CAT)
  • Violence Against Woman Act (VAWA)
  • Voluntary departure

Withhold of Adjudication

In Florida, a withhold of adjudication allows some defendants to serve probation and avoid a formal conviction. If you are an immigrant, however, accepting such a bargain could prove disastrous to your immigration status. A withhold of adjudication constitutes a felony conviction under federal law. Federal crimes are not expungeable. Our lawyer is experienced in criminal law and immigration law and can help you understand how withhold of adjudication/probation will affect your immigration status.

Filing A Complaint Regarding USCIS Delays with An Immigration Lawyer

If you have done everything in your ability to successfully acquire a green card or visa but have been dealing with unreasonable delays, you can take action to inquire with your local United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office and potentially file a formal complaint.

While you may feel that you have your hands tied and cannot compel the USCIS office to attend to your case, our attorney has fax numbers and a liaison system that can formally communicate your desire to reach a positive resolution. When time is running out, our attorney can help you stand up to Immigration laws and defend your rights.

Contact A Florida Deportation/Removal Attorney Now

Do not back down when your deportation hangs in the balance. Williams online or by telephone to arrange a consultation.

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