Removal Proceedings

The Government routinely seeks to place aliens, even lawfully admitted as permanent residents, into removal proceedings. Removal proceedings is the process the United States Government uses to deport you from the United States. These proceedings can be for various reasons including: overstaying a visa; entry using fraudulent documents; arrests and/or convictions for misdemeanors or felonies. In certain cases, options providing relief from removal (deportation) are available. Examples of these options are political asylum; cancellation of removal; waivers or pardons under certain sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Removal proceedings are a serious matter, ensure that you have the proper representation and know we have the experience and quality representation you need. you will need an attorney with the skill and experience to protect your interests. There are many dangers faced by men and women involved in removal proceedings. We know that deportation often leads to unfavorable circumstances. We are committed to protecting our clients by providing aggressive representation in immigration matters.

At The Law Offices of Patrick C. McGuinness, LLC., we help clients file applications for residency, waivers for removal, motions to reopen closed cases, and waivers of deportation under the Immigration and Naturalization Act.  It is important to hire an experienced New Jersey/New York/Pennsylvania Immigration Attorney.

 

Immigration Law

Many immigrants who do not consult with an immigration attorney fail to reach or remain in America due to missteps that could have been avoided by having a legal advocate on their side.

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Removal Proceedings

The Government routinely seeks to place aliens, even lawfully admitted as permanent residents, into removal proceedings. Removal proceedings is the process the United States Government uses to deport you from the United States.

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Employment Immigration

Individuals can obtain temporary visas and permanent residence based on certain types of employment and business invlovement. Any non U.S. Citizen or permanent resident requires employment authorization from the government to accept any work in the country.

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Citizenship Law

The application and interview process for U.S. citizenship is lengthy and time consuming. Additionally the procedural rules are extremely strict.

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Investor Immigration

Investors can be eligible for a nonimmigrant visa that permits foreign investors and their employees to live and work in the United States. Entrepreneurs who invest in the United States by establishing a new business or purchasing an existing company may qualify for the visa.

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UVISA Vawa

The Violence Against Women Act was passed in 1994 to protect immigrants from abusive spouses. A person who is being abused by a spouse who is a lawful permanent resident or U.S. citizen will be able to obtain his or her own permanent residence independently of the spouse. 

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SI Juvenile

The law establishing SIJ status was enacted by Congress in 1990 and reauthorized in 2008. According to the Department of Homeland Security, “the purpose of the SIJ program is to help foreign children in the United States who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected.”

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Political Asylum

The United States provide protection for persons who are fleeing their country because of persecution. An asylee must show past persecution or a well founded fear of persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion.

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