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Removal Proceedings in Immigration Court

If you have received a document from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security titled “Notice to Appear,” then you have probably been placed, or will likely soon be placed, in Removal Proceedings in Immigration Court.  This means that the U.S. government is trying to deport or “remove” you from the United States.

If you have received a Notice to Appear, then the following options may be available to you:

If an Immigration Judge rules against you in Immigration Court, in most situations you have a right to appeal the judge’s decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

Removal Proceedings in Immigration Court often involve complex legal issues and often require significant amounts of time, legal research, and legal expertise in order to prepare a defense against the government’s charges, or to apply for certain benefits.

Michael Carlin has represented many clients in Immigration Court, and has the experience you need to analyze your specific situation and to help you to obtain whatever benefits you may be entitled to receive.

This page does not provide legal advice, and is intended only as a general introduction. Please contact us for more information.