Are You or a Loved One Facing Deportation?
Regardless of your immigration status, if you engage in certain unlawful acts you may find yourself facing a Notice to Appear from the Department of Homeland Security, and as a result potential deportation (now called “removal”) from the United States. If you are a green card holder, temporary visa holder or illegal alien and are facing possible deportation or removal, you need an experienced immigration and criminal law firm to represent you. Located in Orem and serving clients throughout the State of Utah, Keen Law Offices, LLC represents immigrants in deportation defense proceedings and in seeking cancellation of removal from the United States.
Deportation Defense and Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Residents and Visa Holders
Keen Law Offices, LLC represents legal permanent residents and temporary visa holders facing deportation for many reasons, including:
- Criminal conviction in the United States
- Remaining in the United States on an expired visa
- Marriage fraud
- Assisting illegal aliens in gaining entry to the United States
- Past criminal conviction cited at the border
Deportation Defense and Cancellation of Removal for Illegal Aliens
Keen Law Offices, LLC also represents undocumented aliens and persons in the U.S. under false immigration documents in immigration and legal proceedings to avoid deportation.
Salt Lake City Deportation Defense Lawyers
Keen Law Offices, LLC can quickly determine if you have a chance to avoid deportation. Our criminal defense and immigration lawyers can tell you where you will be taken, how long will be held, and whether you may be eligible for release on bond. Our attorneys will also advise you on your options for avoiding deportation, including:
- Cancellation of removal (for both lawful permanent residents and illegal aliens)
- Adjustment of status (to become a lawful permanent resident)
- Asylum (for persons qualifying as refugees who are unable to return to their native country)
Contact a Utah Immigration and Criminal Defense Lawyer Today
Contact one of the Utah deportation lawyers at Keen Law Offices, LLC today to discuss your options before you talk to the police or the Department of Homeland Security. It is much easier to defend deportation here in the U.S. than it is to get back into the country once you have been deported. If you are afraid you might get arrested or if there is a problem with your green card but you are not yet facing deportation, there is even more our criminal and immigration lawyers can do.
Call us anytime at (801) 374-5336.