The immigration laws in the United States are incredibly complex and can be difficult to navigate. If you are facing the risk of deportation, the stress and anxiety can be overwhelming for you and your family.
At the Mecham Law Firm, we are here to fight for you through this challenging time. With extensive experience in this field, We have guided clients with filing immigration petitions or preventing deportation throughout the Gulf Coast region and internationally. Our Spanish-speaking attorney, Dalaney Mecham, is dedicated to preserving your way of life. If you are at risk of being deported and wish to continue residing in the United States, contact us immediately to set up a free consultation with our knowledgeable deportation lawyer.
Follow Every Step – Meet Every Deadline
When filing immigration papers, it is critical to perform every administrative step perfectly. Even a minor mistake can delay your status or jeopardize it permanently. There are also important deadlines to meet; if you miss one, you may lose your chance at a visa. We know the local, state, and federal procedures inside and out. We are here to assist you while completing your paperwork in a manner that has a strong chance of getting the result that you need. Our purpose is to make this process as easy as possible for you.
Protect Your Permanent Residency
If you are facing the threat of deportation, we can provide you with a representative who will fight for you. From detention to a removal hearing, we will be at your side every step of the way. There is no option that we are not willing to explore when trying to find a way to keep you in the United States.
Seeking a Cancellation
Under certain circumstances, permanent and nonpermanent residents may apply to a judge to adjust their deportation status to one lawfully admitted for permanent residence. There are a few requirements for this.
Petitioning for Asylum
You may be eligible for asylum in the United States if you have been harshly persecuted or may be persecuted in the country that you came from. That persecution, however, must be based on at least one of the following:
- Political opinion
- Membership in a social group
Requesting an Adjustment of Your Status
Adjusting your status in the United States is also known as applying for a green card. This can happen if you are present in the United States and wish to gain lawful, permanent residence.