Florida Removal and Deportation Attorneys
Removal is the legal term used for deportation, an action taken by the U.S. government when it has decided a foreign national must leave the country. Grounds for removal are almost always based on the belief that the foreign citizen violated an immigration law or committed a criminal act. While the consequences for being removed from the country vary based on many factors, being permanently barred from reentry to the U.S. is considered to be one of the worst.
All removal proceedings begin with the filing of a notice to appear. If you have received a notice to appear — a summons to appear in immigration court — you should immediately contact a lawyer to discuss your options.
The attorneys of Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. understand the consequences of being removed from or refused admission to the United States. That is why our lawyers are fierce advocates for clients’ rights at every possible opportunity during removal proceedings. With nearly 100 years of combined legal experience, we possess the knowledge needed to navigate the complex U.S. immigration law court system. We represent your best interests during your:
- Master calendar hearing, where we hear and contest the charges against you. Your individual hearing is then scheduled and we begin to prepare your defense.
- Individual hearing, where we refute the evidence government officials present in their attempt to have you removed from the country and prepare you to testify about your right to be in the U.S.
- Immigration appeal, where we continue to protect your rights by diligently working to prevent or overturn removal orders. We have represented clients before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and various federal courts.
If you are detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, our firm may be able to act on your behalf to secure your release from detention either through the use of a bond or through conditioned parole. We also provide assistance with expedited removals and removals where criminal acts are involved. Our thorough understanding of how to obtain relief from removal is an invaluable asset to your case.
Contact Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. today
With offices in Miami, Orlando and Lima, Peru, the team members of Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. are ideally positioned to assist temporary workers applying for nonimmigrant visas. Our law firm has the skill, attentive nature and dedication needed to successfully see your case through from the moment your consultation begins until its ultimate resolution. Reach out to our offices online, or call us at (305) 371-2777 in Miami or at (407) 425-8472 in Orlando or in Lima, Peru at 011-51-987727855.
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