Hearings and Appeals Lawyers
Involvement in removal proceedings or an appeal is an emotional roller coaster. These proceedings bring with them a great deal of insecurity. You may be wondering what you will do now? Where will you go? What will happen to your children? In important cases like these, you do not want to look back and wonder if the result would be different if you had an experienced attorney to help you through your case.
At the Law Offices of Jan Joseph Bejar, A Professional Law Corporation, our law firm has focused exclusively in immigration matters since 1984. Our San Diego, California, attorneys handle complicated hearings and appeals for our clients throughout the United States.
Removal Hearing (Deportation)
An individual may be facing removal proceedings (deportation) if he or she has violated the immigration law in the United States. Removal proceedings start when the immigrant receives a notice to appear (NTA) from the Department of Homeland Security. The NTA will require the immigrant to appear in front of an immigration judge for a removal proceeding. In many cases an individual is drawn into removal proceedings because of a criminal action or contact with the authorities as insignificant as a traffic citation.
You need to know that you have the right to an attorney in this trial or removal proceeding. Because the consequence is serious, it is smart to have a knowledgeable and experienced attorney help you with this type of case. An attorney may be able to develop a strong defense for your deportation case to keep you in the United States.
San Diego California Immigration Appeals Lawyers
There are a number of ways to address an immigration case that is not decided in your favor. An appeal is one way to request that the decision of the court be reviewed by a higher court. Immigration appeals are decided by the Board of Immigration Appeals. The Board will examine what happened at the trial court. You should know that there are specific and inflexible time limits on filing an appeal. Time is of the utmost importance in contacting a lawyer about filing an appeal.