Fight Back Against The Threat Of Deportation
If you or your loved ones received notice of deportation, you likely feel frightened, overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. This is a difficult situation for your California family, but the attorneys with the firm of Brown & Stedman LLP in Rancho Santa Margarita can help you navigate this issue and pursue a beneficial outcome.
We are dedicated to the rights and interests of individuals seeking to adjust their status, move to the United States or bring loved ones here to live with them. If you received notice of a potential deportation, there are ways you can fight back. Your situation is not hopeless, and with experienced guidance, there could be a positive resolution to this matter.
We Can Help You Fight For Your Right To Stay
You know deportations and removals are currently on the rise, and it is beneficial for every immigrant to familiarize themselves with their individual rights. Regardless of your status, you have the right to fight back and receive permission to remain in the country. In many cases, deportation is the result of a criminal conviction, but that is not always the case.
We understand that the threat of deportation is a sensitive issue that threatens to tear your family apart and rip you away from your hopes and dreams of a better life. When facing these difficult circumstances, our lawyers can assist you in the following ways:
- We can aggressively represent your interests during deportation hearings.
- We will explore all available legal options that could allow you to remain in the country.
- We can represent you and defend your rights in any ICE hearings.
- We will diligently seek reprieve from this threat and allow your family to stay together.
It is prudent to reach out for help as soon as you receive an initial notice of deportation. You have the right to seek help with this matter, and it is beneficial to have an experienced legal ally on your side.
The Immigration Law Guidance You Deserve
We can help you fight back against the threat of deportation. Call our office at to discuss your case or schedule your appointment for a free case evaluation. Our team assists people in Costa Mesa and throughout Southern California with their legal needs.