Daytona Beach Deportation Attorney

Helping Clients in Deportation or Removal Cases in Daytona Beach, Florida

Deportation or removal from the United States is an often complicated proceeding which involves many steps. To ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the best chance for a favorable outcome, you should retain the services of an experienced Daytona Beach immigration lawyer. At Buckmaster & Ellzey, we are dedicated to helping you with all of the legal knowledge and skills at our disposal in any immigration matter. We understand what a profound impact deportation may have on you and your family and will work diligently on your behalf in this complex legal process.

Deportation/Removal Proceedings

The deportation process generally begins with a Notice to Appear issued to you by the Department of Homeland Security. This Notice orders you to appear before an immigration judge and generally communicates the reasons why you are being thus ordered, what laws you may have violated, your constitutional right to an attorney, and what will happen if you fail to appear. Once you appear at the designated time and place, the immigration judge will review your case and make a decision about your case. If the judge determines that you should be deported, you must apply for relief from removal or face deportation.

Relief from removal may be sought through various methods, such as asylum, an adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, withholding of removal, suspension of deportation, voluntary departure, or a waiver of inadmissibility. Any type of relief of removal must be requested from the government agency that has the authority to grant it, such as the Attorney General, Secretary of Homeland Security, an immigration official or court, or the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Talk to a Daytona Beach Deportation Lawyer about Your Case

By contacting the Daytona Beach deportation attorney at the firm, you can discuss your case and find out what form of relief you should apply for and whether you can request more than one form of relief. Even if you have been convicted of a past crime, you may still be able to seek relief from deportation. Each case is different and you will need the knowledgeable legal assistance of our attorney to find the best way to fight any deportation proceeding.

Contact a Daytona Beach deportation attorney from our firm if you are facing deportation from the U.S. today.