Deportation Court Proceedings [Temporary or Permanent]
A permanent resident or green-card or immigrant or non-immigrant visa holder may be subject to deportation from the United States as a result of violating U.S. Immigration laws, which usually consists of conviction for crime involving moral turpitude or classified as an aggravated felony under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Immigration Court proceedings are highly complex with the Department of Homeland Security as the government attorney as the opposing party and who placed the immigrant or non-immigrant in deportation proceedings. Attorney, Kiran Nair has successfully represented many before the U.S. Immigration Courts including individuals with multiple and serious criminal convictions with results of reinstating temporary and permanent resident or green-card status. If you or your loved one is placed in deportation proceeding then contact our office for a consultation where you will feel confident with Ms. Nair’s in depth understanding and ability to effectively represent in the Immigration Courts.
Removal Court Proceedings [Undocumented]
As an undocumented person you may be placed in immigration court removal proceedings because you are present in the United States without permission. Most undocumented persons are placed in removal proceedings as a result of an arrest or criminal conviction including minor traffic matters. Do not be discouraged because depending on your or your family’s immigration status, including various other factors, you may qualify for temporary or permanent status. Attorney, Kiran Nair has effectively represented many undocumented persons in Immigration Courts by obtaining release from custody, work authorization and temporary and permanent resident or green card status. If you or your loved one is placed in removal proceeding then contact our office for a consultation where you will feel confident with Ms. Nair’s in depth understanding and ability to effectively represent in the Immigration Courts.