June 27th, 2012
US immigration laws allow a particular individual to enter, work or stay in the country if the person possesses proper documents or visa. The visa grants permission to the person to remain in the US for certain time and purpose. If the person enter or remain in the country unlawfully, he or she may have to face deportation.
It is actually the process of removal. Hearings will be conducted to determine whether the individual has right to stay in the country or he or she must be removed. This removal proceeding is carried out for both foreign national
Who has entered the United States with valid visa but has violated its status
Who has illegally entered the country
The US immigration laws are complex and changes too often. People often do not understand the type of visa that they will match their requirements. However, immigration authorities will not listen to these issues and if they are successful in deportation chances of entering the country become negligible. Thus, it is important to appoint an aggressive Criminal Attorney to represent your case. An immigration authority will not let go off any opportunity to prove their claims, but an experienced attorney can make a way out and save you from removal.