Our attorneys at The Romero Firm have extensive experience and knowledge in removal defense. We will help you understand your particular case and explain what your options are. We will work together to address the possible difficulties that you and your family may face and to mitigate the potential harm it can pose. If the immigration judge decides not to grant your case, our office will also discuss with you your options to appeal this decision and assess whether there are other options that may allow you to remain in the United States lawfully.
Applying for asylum
If you are placed into removal court proceedings, one option you may have if you fear returning to your country is to apply for asylum. While the general rule is that you must apply for asylum within one year of your last entry into the United States, there are exceptions to this rule. Our office can review your particular case and assess your eligibility for asylum and if necessary, determine if your case fits into an exception to the filing deadline.
You may be eligible for other types of applications if you are placed into removal court proceedings. For example, if you are able to prove that your deportation would create extreme hardship for certain U.S. citizen family members, you may be eligible for certain applications. If you are facing removal from the United States, it is important to work with an experienced legal representative to help you through this process. Our office can help assess and explain all of your options to ensure that we find the best solution for your case