California Deportation Defense Lawyers
We measure our success by how much we help others
Attorney John R. Rodriguez and his staff works hard to stop your deportation or removal from the United States. We regularly help clients being deported based on claims of
- Entering without inspection or being undocumented
- Returning after removal from the United States
- Lying or misrepresentation on a visa application
- Being in a fraudulent marriage
- Being deported for having a felony conviction
- Asylum protection
Who can be deported?
An immigration judge can deport anyone who is not a citizen of the United States.
There are three main groups of people that are at high risk of deportation: (1) non-citizens that have been arrested or convicted of certain crimes, (2) non-citizens that have been deported or had a voluntary departure but returned or stayed, and (3) undocumented immigrants (entered without inspection).
Others that could face deportation include; Legal permanent residents (Green card holders), asylees, those with DACA, or People with tourist, student, work,
Undocumented immigrants are particularly at high risk of deportation. Our legal team may be able to help stop a deportation order by reviewing your case and determining what legal options and defense strategies best works for you.
Fighting a deportation/Removal Order
Fighting a deportation can be complicated and difficult to win. But, the chances of successfully defending your deportation case can increase with an experienced immigration attorney. We begin your representation with a careful review of your particular set of facts and develop legal strategy based on current case law, immigration statutes, and public policy issues that allow us to confidently walk into court with you and aggressively fight your case. Although, each case is different some common legal strategies that we can use to defend you in a deportation/removal cases may include:
- Waivers of excludability and deportability;
- Waivers of Crimes and fraud, or misrepresentation;
- Cancellation of removal for permanent residents;
- Cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents;
- Motion to Suppress Evidence and Terminate Proceedings;
- Adjustment of status in removal;
- Application for Asylum or withholding of deportation;
- Protection under the UN Convention Against Torture (CAT),
- Prove Citizenship or Legalization and registry;
- Voluntary departure;
- Prosecutorial Discretion;
- Review of denial of conditional residence.
We not only measure our success by how much we help others, but by winning for our client
If you receive a notice to appear before an immigration judge and are faced with a deportation call us for a free 30 minute consultation. We can help you understand your best options and possible defenses.
Call for an appointment at 619-296-6000.