3 Deportation Tips
Do you have questions about deportation? Check out these 3 deportation tips for guidance, then call our New Jersey lawyer to get started.
What are the Options Available if a Minor Relative is Detained at the Border
- There is a program available called Special Immigrant Juvenile Program, which allows someone to attain a work permit and a green card.
- The person must be under 21 and must be considered abandoned or neglected.
Remaining in the U.S If You Are Being Threatened by Gang Violence in Your Home Country
- If you are from another county facing persecution, you can apply for asylum within one year of your arrival.
- You can also qualify if your home country is involved in a revolution, religious discrimination or political issues in the country.
- After filing for asylum you will be eligible to file for a work permit after 6 months.
- If your asylum application was granted, you can face
Remaining in the U.S if You Have American Born Children
- If you are of good moral standing and have children who are actively involved in the school system, you may be eligible to apply for a Cancellation of Removal.
- You should also include documentation of your life in the U.S. and any U.S. born relatives.
Do you have American born children and facing deportation? After reading our 3 deportation tips, contact our experienced New Jersey Deportation/Removal Lawyer to help you.
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