Prosecutorial Discretion May Help You With Deportation Concerns

At our Southern California immigration law firm, U.S. Law Center, we provide immigration representation to corporations, small businesses, families and individuals across the globe. Our thorough understanding and knowledge of the evolving practice of U.S. immigration law and our commitment to our clients lead to our successful practice.

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Helping Families Stay Together

If an individual facing deportation has sufficient ties to the United States such as children and other family living here, a good job and good moral character, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) lawyers have the option of using their prosecutorial discretion to administratively close the case. Our lawyers have had great success with preparing convincing cases for DHS attorneys' review.

If the prosecutors agree, the deportation case pending in immigration court is administratively closed and no deportation order is issued against the individual. In cases where a deportation order has already been issued, the order may be removed.

It's important to acknowledge that prosecutorial discretion is not a method to obtain a green card or citizenship; it only prevents deportation.

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If you would like to speak with a California, immigration lawyer about how prosecutorial discretion works, please email or our Corona office at 951-808-5342 to arrange a free consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available. We offer competitive rates and accept credit cards. Se habla español.