Legally reentering the United States is very difficult and attempting to reenter the U.S. after being deported without authorization is a felony under the INA. Depending on the number of previous deportations, someone can be deemed inadmissible for 5, 10 or 20 years – or permanently inadmissible. Legally returning to the U.S. after being deported is very difficult and an experienced immigration lawyer can help identify specific laws that relate to a person’s country of origin and provide more expansive grounds on which to challenge an attempt to deny immigration.
If you are a non-citizen and have been deported, the United States government will bar you from returning for 5, 10 or 20 years or even permanently. If you have been deported from the U.S. but still have relatives living in the United States, you may qualify to return to the U.S. either temporarily or permanently.
An experienced immigration and deportation defense attorney can review your case and advise you if you qualify for a deportation waiver and reentry to the United States.
Don’t try to fight the U.S. immigration system alone. An experienced immigration and deportation defense attorney can review your case and help you fight against deportation. To discuss your case with a trusted deportation defense attorney, contact Godoy Law Office Immigration Attorneys today for more information. An attorney can sit with you and thoroughly assess your case so you can confidently take your next steps.
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