Atlanta Deportation Defense Attorneys
Fighting for Your Ability to Remain in the United States
Immigrants in the United States without lawful status – and even some with lawful permanent resident status – may find themselves facing deportation.
Deportation proceedings – formally known as "removal proceedings" – require a specialized knowledge of both immigration law and criminal law, since many non-citizens face deportation due to criminal convictions or pending criminal charges. The immigration lawyers at Ross & Pines handle both immigration cases and criminal defense cases, so you can be assured that you are getting the best possible legal counsel and representation to fight for you.
Contact an immigration defense attorney in Atlanta – (888) 838-4858
On a regular basis, our criminal lawyers witness other attorneys give their non-citizen clients inaccurate legal advice that will result in their deportation. Often times we are hired to challenge or vacate criminal convictions based on bad legal advice from the lawyers who don’t understand the immigration system. At Ross & Pines our lawyers work hard to make sure that our clients understand how a criminal conviction can impact their immigration status. We also work hard to get criminal charges reduced or dismissed so that our clients’ immigration status is not negatively impacted.
If you are not a citizen of the United States and are charged with committing any criminal offense, it is critical that you speak to both a criminal defense lawyer and an immigration lawyer. At Ross & Pines, we have both criminal and immigration lawyers and we can provide you with the representation you need to navigate your current circumstances. Our firm shares more than 100 years of collective experience, and we are proud to put our knowledge and resources to use to help you stay in the United States.
Begin your journey with our firm – call (888) 838-4858 for a consultation.
Causes for Deportation in America
- Arrest or conviction of any felony or misdemeanor criminal offense
- Entering the country without a visa
- Failure to meet a visa application or renewal deadline
- Overstaying the limits of a visitor or student visa
Our immigration attorney has successfully defended against deportation in hundreds of cases, including those involving the following statuses:
- Cancellation of Removal
- Voluntary Departure
Facing Deportation? Contact Ross & Pines Today!
Ross & Pines represents immigrants facing deportation or removal with knowledge and experience, zeal and compassion. Our immigration team can fight to keep you out of detention and in the United States. If you have violated the terms of your visa, entered the country illegally, or are facing criminal charges, it is essential that you discuss your case with an experienced immigration deportation lawyer as soon as possible.
Speak with one of our experienced, knowledgeable immigration attorneys if you or a loved one is in removal proceedings.
Contact an Atlanta deportation and removal attorney from Ross & Pines today!