Helping Clients Avoid Deportation and Stay in the United States
For many aliens in the United States, the prospect of deportation can be terrifying. It might mean separation from your family and other loved ones, or perhaps returning to a home country marked with poverty, war or persecution. I can help you avoid deportation.
I am Yuvora Nong, Fairfax deportation attorney for the Virginia law firm of Yuvora Nong, Attorney at Law. I have been an attorney for more than 10 years, defending clients from deportation for the majority of that time. I can help you.
Reasons For Deportation
Generally, non-citizens become deportable for one of two reasons:
- Out of status: If you came to the country without authorization or have overstayed the length of your non-immigrant visa, you are not legally authorized to be here, and you are considered "deportable." We can argue for your right to remain in the country, perhaps looking into the possibility of asylum if you are here to avoid persecution in your home country.
- Criminal conviction: Not all crimes are deportable, but convictions for aggravated felonies and certain crimes of moral turpitude can result in deportation. I have helped many clients with criminal-related immigration issues avoid deportation.
If you are not eligible to be in the country or if you have committed a deportable crime, I can help defend you from deportation.
Virginia Removal Lawyer | Reasonable Fees and Payment Plans
I know that a lot of people do not have the money up front for this type of legal representation. At the same time, I know how important this service is to you. I keep my rates as reasonable as possible, and I also can make flexible payment plans available to you if that is needed. Contact me.
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