The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A.: Deportation Lawyer Miami


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 Find a Miami deportation lawyer at The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A., skilled in immigration defense and deportation cases. Contact us for legal guidance and to secure your U.S. stay.

Why You Need a Deportation Attorney in Miami

Are you or a family member facing Deportation in Miami or anywhere else in the U. S.? 

Deportation in the U.S. is a legal procedure through which foreign nationals (non-U.S. citizens) are removed from the U.S. by the immigration authorities.

As a foreign national, being deported can affect your dreams of becoming a lawful permanent resident or U.S. citizen and can cause you to be separated from any family you might have in the U.S. for a very long time. Your chances of returning to the U.S. after deportation may also be affected. That’s why it is crucial that you try to avoid getting an order of deportation.

In such circumstances, understanding your legal options and the intricacies of immigration law is crucial.

As dedicated deportation lawyers in Miami, our role at The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A. is to help individuals and families dealing with deportation and related issues navigate the legal immigration process. We understand the intricacies of U.S. immigration law and can help you explore the legal options that could avert your imminent deportation and secure your stay in the U.S.

Please read on as we explain the basics of the deportation process and the specific immigration services we offer to clients facing deportation. 

Issues That Could Lead to Deportation

In today’s immigration climate of heightened enforcement and security, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) frequently initiates removal proceedings against many foreign nationals for numerous reasons to effect their deportation based on the provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act. 

The common reasons why removal proceedings may be initiated include technical immigration law violations, such as illegal entries and visa overstays, as well as more serious grounds, such as immigration fraud, alien smuggling, and criminal law violations.

Regardless of the reason, one thing is certain. Deportation is undesirable and could ruin your chances of creating a life for you and your family in the U.S.   That’s why you must fight to avoid a negative outcome once you’ve been placed in removal proceedings.

How Removal Proceedings Work

The deportation process begins when the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issues a Notice to Appear (NTA) against the person to be deported. This document, quite crucial in immigration cases, will contain the person’s personal information and mandate them to appear in a specific immigration court at a specific date and time. They may be held in an immigration detention center while waiting for their hearing.

At the first hearing, the immigration judge will review the charges, inform the person of their rights, and schedule subsequent hearings.

During those hearings, persons in removal proceedings will have the opportunity to defend themselves and show the judge why they should be allowed to remain in the U.S.

Legal Reliefs Against Deportation: Opportunities for Defense 

Thanks to the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), there are legal remedies that could help you avoid deportation. But you’ll need to prove that you qualify for one or more of these remedies.

Some of the common deportation reliefs include:

  • Cancellation of removal
  • Asylum
  • Immigration waivers that would permit the authorities to overlook the reason why you are facing deportation in the first place. 

However, each deportation relief has strict requirements that those who hope to benefit from them must fulfill. 

An experienced immigration lawyer is invaluable in such circumstances because they understand the intricacies of these reliefs and can use their knowledge to show the court that you deserve to be granted relief from deportation and remain in the U.S.

Having an experienced immigration attorney represent you in such circumstances is equal to having a powerful ally to defend and advocate for you. Otherwise, it would be just you against the immigration prosecutor, which could prove detrimental to your case.

The Immigration Judge’s Decision

The judge will announce their decision on your case at the end of the proceedings. If your defense is successful, you’ll be free to continue your stay in the U.S. However, if the immigration judge denies your relief, you will receive an order of removal.

However, even at that point when all hope seems lost, you still have options, including filing;

  • An appeal against the judge’s decision with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
  • A motion to reopen or reconsider (especially if there’s new evidence that could benefit your case).

In either case, you’ll stand a better chance if you have professional help from experienced immigration lawyers. 

How The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A. Can Help With Deportation Cases

Typically, we offer our immigration clients facing deportation a comprehensive range of services, including:

  • Solid Legal Counsel: With our professional legal counsel, our clients can understand their charges and options, which could help them make informed choices about their cases. 
  • Deportation Defense: We gather evidence, talk to witnesses, and build arguments to strengthen our clients’ cases, always ready to spot and take advantage of any weaknesses on the immigration prosecutor’s end.
  • Court Room Representation: We offer fierce legal representation during Immigration Court Hearings and work to present our clients’ stories in the best light.
  • Appeals and Motions to Reopen: Our firm handles appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and federal circuit courts of appeals, as well as Motions to Reopen for people who have already received a final order of deportation or removal.
  • Detention and Bond Hearings: We also represent those detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Our team is well versed in the conditions to be met for such people to be released on a bond and can vigorously argue that the legal requirements to justify such mandatory detentions under INA 236 do not apply. 
  • Support Beyond Law: Facing deportation could be overwhelming. Beyond our legal services, we’re here to lend an ear, offer reassurance, and help you stay focused so you don’t lose sight of your immigration goals. 

Contact Our Experienced Miami Immigration Lawyer at The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A. Today

Facing imminent deportation can be a nightmare, but it is not the end of the road. The key to overcoming this dreadful process is to get professional help from top-notch immigration attorneys to navigate the complexities of deportation proceedings and steer your case toward a positive outcome. 

In such circumstances, our team at The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A. can provide a robust legal defense and help you explore your options for deportation relief.

Whether you have received a notice to appear or a deportation order has been issued against you, do not hesitate to contact us. Let us work together to ensure you succeed with your case and can build a life in the U.S.


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