Avoiding Deportation And Detention
For immigrants in the United States, deportation is often the worst-case scenario. Even legal residents are subject to removal under certain conditions, such as conviction for a crime. These proceedings can hit you unexpectedly, through something as mundane as a routine traffic stop.
At the Law Offices of Hugo Pina, we use every tool the law allows to help you and your loved ones remain in the United States. We can help you fight for your residency even as you are facing removal proceedings through relief such as cancellation of removal, waivers of inadmissibility, administrative closure or termination, and many others; if you face persecution in your country of origin, we can help you apply for emergency protection such as asylum.
Even when deportation is unavoidable in the long run, we can slow down this process through a series of legal actions and petitions in order to grant you additional time to manage your affairs before leaving the country and to make sure your rights are protected.
Obtain A Bond Hearing And Avoid Prolonged Detention
If you or a loved one has been detained, we can help you obtain a bond hearing and post bail so that you can assert your rights in court from a position of freedom rather than while being confined in jail.
Whether you have been detained directly by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), or approached by ICE after an initial arrest by local law enforcement, we can help you assert your rights according to your specific immigration status. Our lawyers proudly work with clients who face charges of violating the terms of their residency (including criminal charges), as well as those who have been detained in the process of allegedly entering the country illegally.
Get Support From Experienced Texas Immigration Attorneys
To see how the Law Offices of Hugo Pina can help you avoid deportation, contact us online or call us at 956-320-2241 to schedule a free initial consultation at one of our offices in McAllen and Harlingen, Texas.
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