3 Deportation Tips

Do you or your loved one need help with deportation related legal matters and need help? Check out these 3 deportation tips, then call us today.

1. Illegal Immigrant Reported to Ice

3 Deportation TipsWe receive a lot of phone calls from people who are here in the United States without lawful status and they’re very worried. They usually want to know, “If someone tips off ICE that I am here unlawfully in the United States, will I be deported?” There are several things to take into consideration when answering this question.

The first is ICE’s enforcement priorities. For example, their enforcement priorities may only include people with prior orders of removal or people with serious criminal convictions. If those are the enforcement priorities at the time, then those are the people that they’ll target. Of course, these priorities can change. There was a time when anybody who was here in the United States unlawfully would be considered an enforcement priority. The next consideration is what would happen if you were placed in removal proceedings? The main question there would be do you have any defenses, any forms of relief from removal?

It is a pretty complicated process, and we invite you to give us a call if you have any questions at all about this or any other immigration related matters.

2. Reentry To The U.S. After Removal

Recently, we received a phone call from a woman whose husband had been deported. Her question was, “Can you come back to the United States after being deported?” The answer to that question really is that it depends.

There are several different orders of removal. Orders of removal can be in effect for five, ten, or twenty years, or even permanently. One of the most important considerations is what was the reason for the order of removal? For example, aggravated felonies will prevent people from coming back to the United States permanently.

It’s a pretty complicated question. It’s a pretty complicated topic. If you have any questions about this or any other immigration related matter, give us a call. We’d love to talk to you.

It is a pretty complicated process, and we invite you to give us a call if you have any questions at all about this or any other immigration related matters.

3. Marriage Being Used to Prevent Deportation

We receive a lot of inquiries from people who are in removal proceedings, and a common question that we receive is, “Can marrying someone stop deportation?” It really does depend. You need to answer whether the future spouse is a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident. If the answer to both of these questions is no, then marrying this person is not going to prevent deportation.

Next, you want to consider all of the other eligibility requirements, including manner of entry. If you’ve entered the United States unlawfully, you are not eligible for adjustment of status. Also, you want to consider prior criminal and immigration violations because these could prevent you from getting your green card, as well.

There are a lot of considerations, a lot of things to think about, and we can help you answer all these questions. Give us a call. We’d love to talk to you about your immigration matter.


Do you or your loved one need help with deportation related legal matters and have questions about our 3 deportation tips? Contact our experienced New York deportation lawyers today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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