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Deportation and Removal Proceedings

Removal And Deportation Defense Attorney With You At Every Step Of The Way To Navigate Removal Proceedings

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Immigrants facing deportation to their home countries or exclusion from the United States frequently feel as though they have no one with them by their side. But the immigration deportation lawyer Rodriguez-Martin has been dedicated to defending people in removal proceedings throughout the United States. Our Deportation and Removal Proceedings lawyer at Rodriguez-Martin Immigration Law Offices will vigorously defend you at every step of the way. With vast years of experience in immigration matters, our deportation and removal proceedings attorney has comprehensive knowledge of all removal laws and can use that understanding to your advantage.

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Deportation And Removal Proceedings

If you are a foreign person, you can be put in deportation or removal proceedings to be deported to your home country under specific circumstances. For example, even if you have become a citizen of the United States, you may be deported if you obtained your green card or citizenship through deception.

You may be deported from the United States if you:

  • you were condemned for specific crimes related to firearms, illegal drugs, or espionage
  • you were convicted of escaping from an immigration checkpoint, i.e. escaping away
  • you are presently a drug addict or abuser or become one at any time after your admission to the U.S.
  • you were convicted of domestic brutality, stalking, child neglect, or child abuse or child abandonment, or you disobeyed the part of a protective order that was indicated to prevent potential threats of violence, bodily injury, or repeated harassment
  • you failed to notify the immigration authorities, in writing, of a change in address within ten days of the move
  • you were condemned for providing incorrect information in connection with mandatory registration with immigration authorities
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Removal/Deportation Proceedings

USA Deportation & Removal Proceedings Lawyer

Although the deportation and removal process is identical to a criminal trial, it is not believed to be a criminal proceeding. However, Immigration Court rules can be stringent. For example, hearings must be attended, and the judge’s instructions must be followed precisely. 

For this reason, individuals in removal proceedings must have realistic representation. The privilege of an attorney is one of the most significant rights given to individuals in removal proceedings. However, the U.S. government is not required to provide an attorney free of charge.

Immigration deportation and removal proceedings lawyer at Rodriguez-Martin Immigration Law Offices is a nationally-recognized authority on this topic and has won several precedent-setting cases involving defending immigrants in deportation and removal proceedings. In other words, our firm can and has managed highly complicated deportation cases with success, and we advocate energetically in our representation.

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Meet The Expert

Attorney Rodriguez-Martin was born in Bogota, Colombia. Her paternal grandmother first made the journey to the United States in the 1960s from Colombia and lived in New York City as a single mother struggling to give her son and future grandchildren the opportunities that she never had. These are the same struggles and goals that she sees in the clients that we serve regardless of country of origin, language, gender, religion or background.

She is a graduate of Cardozo Law School. She has been active in the immigrant community since 2002 when she participated in Cardozo’s Immigration Law Clinic. She has worked and volunteered for several organizations helping the immigrant community including Hope’s Door, Immigration Equality, PFLAG of NYC, Bellevue Survivor’s of Torture Program, Kids in Need of Defense, and CEUS Centro Comunitario.


Member of AILA and the National Immigration Litigation Alliance



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