Deportation and Removal PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Boyle   
Thursday, 05 February 2009 08:25

Removal is the post-1996 name for deportation and exclusion. Many problems — an expired visa, a criminal conviction, or USCIS denying a marriage or business application, for example — can lead to removal. At the Law Office of Michael Boyle, our attorneys have significant experience in a range of removal cases, including those involving appeals. In the challenging environment of removal proceedings, it is critical to work with lawyers who have experience representing clients at all levels of the process.

If you or a loved one is facing deportation, you need immediate legal assistance to protect your rights. Whether your visa has expired or you have been charged with a crime, we can help you address the underlying legal issues that threaten deportation. Contact us today.

We have handled removal cases before the USCIS (previously INS), the Board of Immigration Appeals, federal district court and the federal circuit courts of appeal. Our attorneys have the necessary experience and skill to address removal issues within the strict time periods controlling this area of law. Beginning with your initial consultation, we will provide you with honest and reliable advice regarding your case. You can trust that we will do everything in our power to prevent deportation and removal. In the event that there is nothing we can do, we will be forthright about that fact.

We have experience with all of the following related to deportation and removal:

Convictions: A criminal charge or conviction can lead to a removal. Our attorneys have experience advising defense attorneys and immigrant defendants once they have been convicted or if they are facing criminal charges.

Marital issues: If your marriage is under investigation for a change in circumstances, we can assist you in obtaining the necessary documentation to preserve your citizenship despite a divorce or other problems in your relationship.

We have enormous experience in pursuing appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the federal court system. These appeals are very challenging. When your and your family's future is at stake, you need an experienced advisor, not an attorney who has limited exposure to the appeals process.

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Contact the Law Office of Michael Boyle today to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer. We serve clients in Greater New Haven, Danbury, and throughout Connecticut.

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