At the law firm of Philip Eichorn Co., LPA, we stay on top of current legal events and changes to the law that deal with deportation and removal issues. Deportation is a part of removal proceedings. Deportation means that someone has been admitted to the U.S. and the government now seeks to deport them (physically remove them) for some violation. For example a person on a student visa who commits a certain crime or fails to attend school could be in removal proceedings.
Also within removal proceedings are actions taken by the government to remove non-citizens who have entered the U.S. without inspection (EWI) and have since been identified by Department of Homeland Security. Some permanent residents who have been convicted of certain crimes and travel internationally and upon return may also be placed into removal proceedings.
- Deportation and removal defense
- Relief from removal or deportation
- Immigration detainers and bonds
- Deportation or removal for criminal convictions
- Immigration advice for criminal convictions
- Deportation and removal appeals
Our firm has extensive experience helping people with all of these matters. We understand the time-sensitive nature of most of these issues and we will immediately begin working on your case once you become a client. Choose an experienced lawyer who will take appropriate action to protect your right (or your family member's right) to remain in the country. Our deportation and removal attorneys are based in Cleveland, Ohio, and travel throughout the country passionately representing people who want to pursue the American dream.
Please contact Philip Eichorn Co., LPA, today to discuss hiring us to help prevent deportation or removal anywhere in the country and especially in Cleveland, Ohio. We can help ensure your best interests are protected in immigration matters, and we offer consultations to learn more about your needs and goals.