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- Returning to the U.S. following a trip abroad
- Completion of a prison sentence
- An arrest
- Application for an immigration benefit
- Denial of an immigration benefit
- Failure to maintain status
Immigration law can change retrospectively, and changes can lead to deportation for individuals with old criminal convictions, even if the crime was committed 20-30 years ago. It is in your interests to have your criminal history reviewed prior seeking citizenship or traveling abroad.
If the basis for removal proceedings is a criminal conviction, it may be necessary to try to re-open and amend the criminal conviction so it no longer has immigration consequences.
Learn if you need to appear in court in such a situation.
Removal proceedings take place in Immigration Court. The closest courts are located in Chicago or Minneapolis.
Removal proceedings are complicated legal matters. Count on our office to help you through it.
Our law practice focuses 100% on immigration law in order to offer you reliable counsel.
Removal proceedings are the process used by the government to remove a person from the U.S. This process is often also known as "deportation." Legal permanent residents can be placed in removal proceedings as well as people who entered the country illegally or overstayed a visa. Only U.S. citizens cannot be placed in removal proceedings.