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Being an immigrant in the United States can be extremely stressful, even if you’re here legally. U.S. restrictions on immigration are tighter than ever, and the slightest misstep on your part could lead to deportation. If this happens, you’ll need an experienced deportation defense attorney to fight for your rights.
Learn more about various deportation defense areas on our site:
- Cancellation of removal
- Adjustment of status
- Criminal matters
Why You Should Hire an Attorney
If you are under investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), you will need a good deportation defense lawyer on your side. As an immigrant, you have the right to legal counsel, but the government will not provide it for you. Often those without legal representation will have a higher likelihood of being detained and deported. Studies have shown that having a lawyer during removal proceedings improves an immigrant’s ability to defend against deportation. Without counsel, only about 3% win their asylum cases compared with 18% who have attorneys.
Today there are 41 million immigrants in the United States. In 2013, 83% of people deported were not given a hearing before a judge. It is essential your voice is heard during this process, even if comes from the representation of a lawyer with your bests interests at heart.
Contact O’Malley and Sawyer, LLC to Begin Your Defense
Our experienced Denver deportation defense attorneys have a long history of pursuing social justice issues. We are knowledgeable and straightforward lawyers who provide non-citizens help with useful information and guidance. We’ve also been nationally recognized for our skills and ability—rated at Top 100 Trial Attorney in America by the National Trial Lawyers for since 2014, and Excellent Avvo Ratings.