Law Firm Handling Deportation Cases in Columbus, OH

Deportation or removal proceeding is the process by which the United States federal government orders someone who is not permitted to reside in the United States to physically leave. People who do not have proper authorization or citizenship — non-citizens — are among those who may be deported, or removed, from the United States. Deportation can be avoided by creating a strong case for your ability to remain in the United States through various legal defenses. However, establishing such a case by yourself while dealing with the emotional pressure of this situation may seem impossible.

Olawale Law Firm is here to stand by you throughout every step of your deportation or removal case.

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    Seeking Your Release Through a Bond

    Deportation may mean you have been relegated to a detention facility until your trial date. Your trial may be weeks or even months away, which means your loved ones may be stranded and you are not able to help in your defense. The immigration judge determines the amount of bond for a person detained.

    Attorneys at the Olawale Law Firm are skillful at presenting a good case for you to be released on a bond your family can afford.

    Establishing a Strong Defense for Your Case to Remain in the United States

    Retaining an experienced, professional immigration attorney could be the thing that sets your deportation apart and allows you to remain in the United States. We have the background and drive required to advocate for you.

    There are various ways to handle a deportation and removal cases depending on individual circumstances. The right legal remedy will depend on your specific situation and the court involved. Some defenses that may be right for you include:

    requesting relief for removal. relief may be granted based on an immediate relative petition filed by a U.S citizen relative such as spouses, parents or adult children. Other form of relief include asylum, withholding of removal, protection under the Convention Against Torture Act or , Violence Against Women Acts (VAWA), cancellation of removal for other individuals, deferred action, and more.

    arguing you are not removable as charged. Deny the allegations brought against you as grounds for deportation. The Department of Homeland Security attorneys who prosecute deportation cases have to establish enough evidence that you must be deported for any reason. Your ability to effectively challenge the case against you can be extremely difficult without an experienced immigration litigator.

    Why Choose Olawale Law Firm?

    Olawale is here to represent your case, no matter the reason you are put in removal proceedings.

    These reasons may include:

    coming to the country illegally and remaining without documentation

    possessing an expired visa or violating the terms of a visa

    committing a deportable crime, such as marriage fraud, “crimes of moral turpitude,” aggravated felonies, drug offenses, firearms offenses, and domestic violence crimes.

    Olawale can be a resource for the steps needed to take with these cases:

    Determining or establishing your eligibility to remain in the United States. We will be honest with you about your case and do everything we can to ensure a legal remedy.

    Completing relevant forms on your behalf and paying their fees.

    Assisting in the gathering documentation that supports your case for residency. This includes any documentation that may be needed for various applications

    Addressing obstacles that may arise due to bureaucratic difficulties or decisions made by the judicial system. We are here so that you don’t have to hear difficult words by yourself or come up with the answers to convoluted questions on the spot.

    Choose the Best Immigration Attorney Near You – Contact Us Now!

    We are here whether you are immediately facing deportation or if you realize you may be at risk in the near future. Time is of the essence and allows us to build an adequate defense in your case, so don’t hesitate to contact us as soon as possible.

    Or, if you would like more information on how Olawale Law Firm can help with your immigration needs, contact us today. We can talk more about your case. We are here to help formulate strategies that are honest, effective and proven to succeed.

    Reach out to us by the office phone at  1 888 WIN-WIN (1 888 994 6946), email at , or visit our office today, located at 385 County Line Rd W., Suite 160 Westerville, OH 43082. We are here to help guide you every step of the way.