Deportation/Removal from the United States

The Immigration and Nationality Act contains several provisions regarding the deportation of non-citizens. Non-citizens may be deported for a variety of reasons including criminal issues or illegal entry/employment issues. Long-time “green card holders” or lawful permanent residents of the U.S. are also subject to such provisions.

Rosanna Berardi is a former Trial Attorney for the Immigration & Naturalization Service. She has personally litigated over 400 removal-related proceedings on behalf of the government. As such, she is intimately familiar with immigration court proceedings and has devised effective strategies for her clients to remain in the U.S. Ms. Berardi can assist you with:

  1. Removal Proceeding appearances at any Immigration Court in the U.S.;
  2. Applications for Political Asylum and Withholding of Removal;
  3. Actions against the Citizenship & Immigration Services for stalled naturalization petitions;
  4. Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals.

There are several ways to remain in the U.S. and fight a deportation proceeding. Our office will carefully examine your immigration history, family background and other positive equities in the context of analyzing your deportation/removal proceeding.

Remaining in the U.S. is a top priority for most non-citizens. You cannot depend upon an inexperienced lawyer to handle your case. Your future is too important. Please contact us immediately if you are facing deportation/removal from the U.S.

Page Summary: The INA contains several provisions regarding deportation/removal from the U.S. Berardi Immigration Law can assist in analyzing your options.

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