Protection Your Rights in Admissibility and Deportation (Removal) Cases
At the immigration law firm of Philip Levin & Associates, our attorneys advise, represent and defend foreign nationals facing proceedings involving deportation (removal) and admission before the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). If you need dependable counsel in a situation that threatens your ability to remain in the United States, contact our office.
PL&A advises and represents individuals who find themselves charged with immigration offenses including criminal activity, illegal entry, fraudulent marriage, overstaying a temporary visa or who are in proceedings after having been arrested or convicted of a crime. We also advise clients about their options when a visa application is rejected and entry is denied.
Our lawyers frequently represent clients before the Immigration Court in such situations where the charge involves:
- Unlawful entry or entry without inspection
- Criminal arrests or convictions either before or after entry into the U.S.
- Allegations of fraud in cases involving immigration by marriage
- Overstaying a visa
In many situations, we can assist by obtaining various forms of relief from deportation, such as applications for Deferred Action, Prosecutorial Discretion, Cancellation of Removal, Applications for Waivers of Inadmissibility, or Applications for Adjustment of Status. Where a client fears returning to his or her country, we will determine if there is a qualifying claim to asylum and/or withholding of removal.
Our experience with immigration hearings and appeals enables us to identify and present your strongest arguments in clear and persuasive terms. Our knowledge of international human rights treaties such as the Convention Against Torture can also expand your options for relief from removal from the U.S.
Philip M. Levin has been certified as a Specialist in Immigration Law by the State Bar of California, and his law firm has concentrated exclusively on immigration issues since 1991. To find out how you can minimize and manage the risk of being deported, contact a lawyer at the office of Philip Levin & Associates, Prof. Corp.