Saccone & Dobosiewicz provides removal defense to individuals in the United States. Our attorneys understand that the stakes during removal proceedings and appeals are very high. Often times, people facing deportation have established lives in the United States—with their jobs and families here—and the prospect of having to return to the home country can be devastating.
Defending all types of situations
The United States has long been a destination country for immigrants, and proudly so. Nevertheless, the rules for immigrating here are quite strict and the penalties for violating rules set forth by the Department of Homeland Security can be unforgiving.
At Saccone & Dobosiewicz, our deportation defense attorneys develop creative defense strategies for people facing removal proceedings for reasons set forth by the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA):
- Aliens who entered the country illegally or who adjusted their status illegally
- Aliens who have been convicted of various types of crimes
- Aliens who fail to register documents and changes of address, or who falsify or misuse documents
- Aliens who pose a risk to public safety or national security
- Aliens requiring government assistance (i.e., public charges) for causes shown to have not arisen since entry into the United States
- Aliens who have unlawfully voted in a federal, state, or local election
Just because you receive a “Notice to Appear” before an immigration judge does not mean that your removal from the United States is inevitable or imminent.
Saccone & Dobosiewicz looks closely at each person’s case and background and pursues an approach that best meets your interest. We explore many possibilities. For example, some individuals who have been in the United States as either lawful or non-lawful permanent residents may be eligible for cancellations of removal. Other individuals may require a criminal waiver, a sponsor, or an adjustment of status.
Also, if you are experiencing problems entering the United States from the Canadian border at Niagara Falls, our Buffalo location makes it possible to provide in-person legal assistance.
Call 716-810-9220 to speak to our removal defense attorneys.