If you’ve been fighting to remain in the United States, then receiving an order of deportation can be devastating for you and your loved ones. However, a deportation order doesn’t mean that you will, in fact, get deported. There are various things you can do after receiving a deportation order to increase your chances of remaining in the United States. Our Dallas immigration attorneys explain what you can do after receiving a removal order.
What Can I Do to Stay In the United States?
Depending on you your unique situations, you might be able to challenge or appeal the deportation order with the help of an experienced attorney. You might be able to request a Motion to Reopen by asking the immigration judge to review your case and deportation order. You can request the reopening of your case if circumstances have changed or if the court made a decision without your knowledge.
If you feel that the immigration judge in your case made an incorrect decision, you can appeal the judge’s decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals. You would have to appeal within 30 days from the date of the immigration judge’s deportation order, and you would need to prove that there was an incorrect conclusion of the facts and evidence presented. When you appeal directly from the immigration judge’s decision in your case, your deportation will be put on an automatic hold until the judge has made a decision.
Call Our Dallas Immigration Lawyers: (214) 516-7776
If you’re facing an order of removal, you should contact our team at Perdomo Dorsett Immigration Law as quickly as possible. You need a team of experienced attorneys to analyze your case and create an appeal, if possible. Our Dallas immigration lawyers have the skills, experience, and knowledge needed to help you get the best possible results for your case.
You only have 30 days to submit an appeal! Contact our Dallas immigration attorneys today at (214) 516-7776 to schedule a case review!