Louisiana Deportation Defense Attorney
Serving Clients in Baton Rouge, Oakdale, Jena, and New Orleans
Both legal and illegal immigrants in the United States can face deportation or removal proceedings if they violate immigration laws. If you have been issued a notice to appear in immigration court for a deportation hearing, it is imperative to be accompanied by an experienced and skilled immigration attorney who can protect your rights and future.
At The Scott Law Firm, LLC, our legal team can evaluate your case, figure out your available legal options, and prepare an effective and personalized defense on your behalf. We represent clients throughout Louisiana, providing our legal services in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. Do not hesitate to let us fight for your right to stay in the U.S. immediately.
Call (225) 224-0510 today for a confidential consultation.
Grounds for Deportation from the United States
Whether a person is arrested or is under an investigation by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will send out a “Notice to Appear” (NTA), which contains the date of a scheduled removal proceeding. An immigration judge presides the hearing, listening to arguments made from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) representatives and the immigrant’s lawyer. The judge will then decide if the immigrant will be removed from the country or obtain relief from removal.
The following are the most common grounds for deportation in the U.S.:
- Being convicted of a criminal offense (e.g. crimes of “moral turpitude,” aggravated felonies, drug crimes, domestic violence offenses, and gun crimes).
- Illegally entering the United States
- Violating the conditions of their visa or work permit
- Becoming a public charge within five years of entering the country
- Denial of asylum applications
- Being a part of a prohibited organization
Our firm can determine whether the charges against you are correct and argue that you are facing false charges, argue you qualify for asylum, help you obtain a green card, file an application for cancellation of removal on your behalf, or request prosecutorial discretion based on having good moral character.
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Our Louisiana deportation defense lawyers have a comprehensive background in immigration law and criminal defense. Take legal action right away to avoid being removed from the country and get your life back on the right track.
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