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South Bound Brook | 08880Deportation (also called 'removal') occurs when the federal government formally removes an alien from the United States for violations of a number of immigration or criminal laws, described in more detail below. Once deported, an alien may lose the right to ever return to the United States, even as a visitor. Contact the deportation attorneys at Maverick & Peters, LLC to get expertise advice regarding your deportation & removal situation. They are ready to provide assistance to families throughout South Bound Brook and New Jersey. Any alien that is in the United States may be subject to deportation or removal if he or she: was convicted of certain criminal offenses; failed to register or falsified documents relating to entry in to the U.S.; engaged in any activity that endangers public safety or creates a risk of national security; or engaged in unlawful voting; or more. During a deportation or removal process: a Notice to Appear (NTA) is issued by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, served to the alien, and filed with the immigration court. In addition to containing general information about the immigrant (name, country of origin, etc.), the NTA also states the reasons for the deportation or removal. A hearing is scheduled, at which the immigration judge asks if the alien is ready to proceed with the case, or if he or she needs time to secure an attorney. If the alien needs time to secure an attorney, a hearing is scheduled for a later date. If an individual hearing is held, the alien will be given the opportunity to give testimony and have witnesses testify on his or her behalf. The immigration service has the opportunity to appeal an unfavorable individual hearing decision, but may not appeal an unfavorable decision by the BIA. An appellate court decision can be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court by either the alien or the immigration service. Within the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 200 Immigration Judges located in 53 Immigration Courts nationwide conduct proceedings and decide individual removal cases. The deportation & removal lawyers at Maverick & Peters, LLC can walk you through each step of the way during this difficult phase of your life. Families & individuals in South Bound Brook NJ can greatly rely on the sound advice by these experienced immigration attorneys. Call them today to get started right away. Removal hearings are conducted to determine whether certain aliens are subject to removal from the country. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which absorbed the functions of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), is responsible for commencing a removal proceeding. If the DHS alleges a violation of immigration laws, it has the discretion to 'serve' the alien with a charging document, known as a Notice to Appear. An Immigration Judge conducts a bond redetermination hearing for aliens who are in DHS detention. The alien makes a request to the Immigration Judge to lower or eliminate the amount of the bond set by the DHS. These hearings are generally informal and are not a part of the removal proceedings. This decision can be appealed (by either the alien or by DHS) to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). A motion to reopen or reconsider a prior Board decision, or an appeal from an Immigration Judge's denial of a motion must have been filed with the BIA. Generally, there is an automatic stay when a direct appeal is filed from an Immigration Judge's order. However, there is no automatic stay when the alien clearly waived appeal at the hearing, then files an appeal, or when a direct appeal is taken from an Immigration Judge's order that was entered in absentia. For more information on this, contact the experienced deportation attorneys at Maverick & Peters, LLC today. If you're trying to avoid a deportation & removal in South Bound Brook or surrounding cities within Middlesex County NJ, call our immigration law firm today to get the legal assistance you deserve. Deportation & Removal Lawyers serving South Plainfield, Avenel, Bound Brook, Clark, Colonia, Dunellen, Edison, Fanwood, Fords, Green Brook, Iselin, Metuchen, Middlesex, North Plainfield, Piscataway, Plainfield, Rahway, Scotch Plains, South Bound Brook, Warren, Woodbridge, and throughout Middlesex County.
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