What Are Removal Proceedings?
Some non-citizens are told to leave the U.S. based on the findings at a formal removal hearing. In most cases, the removal is ordered by a judge. Generally, they’re initiated when an immigrant has violated immigration laws.
What to Do if You’re Notified About Removal Proceedings
If you receive a Notice to Appear, which is the document that says what you’re being accused of and an explanation of why you can be removed over it, the first thing you need to do is get in touch with an immigration attorney. You’ll then have to attend a hearing in front of an immigration law judge; your attorney will be there to explain what’s going on and what you can do about it.
Your attorney may be able to stop the removal proceedings by arguing your case. Perhaps you have extenuating circumstances, or maybe you’re eligible for relief. If there’s a way to keep you on U.S. soil, surrounded by your family and friends, your lawyer will find it.
Can You Appeal an Immigration Judge’s Decision?
If you don’t agree with the judge’s decision, you can appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Many people find that it’s much easier to ask their attorneys to file paperwork for them.
The government has to prove that you are deportable, and your Milwaukee immigration lawyer will hold them accountable. You deserve to have someone fighting on your behalf.