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Deportation defense: An overview of 3 possible court hearings

The complex process of deportation and removal alarms most foreign nationals. The formality of the removal process would make anyone feel defensive and nervous. It may make you feel better to know that it is just as complicated for the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), the agency charged with overseeing deportations. Another thing that could improve your outlook on these procedures involves knowing what to expect during your court appearances.

Creating a legal partnership can protect you from deportation

Immigration, deportation and illegal immigrants are the hottest topics in California at this time. Members of the legal migrant community are just as fearful about deportation as those who are here illegally. Many migrants fled their origin nation because of persecution. Now, they are beginning to fear persecution in the U.S. as well.

Deportation defense: Types of relief for immigrants

Despite the American government's current stance on immigrating to the United States and staying in the country, many people still want to start a new life here. While it is more difficult to gain entrance to the U.S. at this time, there are several ways those who are already here may gain permission to remain.

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