Tallassee Deportation Lawyers

Tallassee Deportation Lawyers, AL

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Legal and illegal immigrants in the United States can be deported or removed for a variety of circumstances from Tallassee Alabama.

Laws & Regulations Regarding Deportation from Tallassee Alabama

A growing trend is that people are being deported or removed after an arrest or conviction from a criminal charge not related to their citizenship status. Many times, people are also deported or removed for merely being in the United States illegally. If you are facing deportation from Tallassee AL, it would be recommended to learn about your legal rights.

You May Be Deported from Tallassee AL

Even if you are a legal U.S. immigrant, certain crimes may impose a possible deportation or removal punishment for offenses in Tallassee, AL.

Violent felonies and most drug charges can be grounds for deportation or removal. Misdemeanor crimes of moral turpitude, such as theft or fraud, also may be grounds for deportation or removal. Contesting deportation or removal is feasible.

Immigrants may seek the protection of "safe harbor" laws that suggest state and local officials to not report individuals to the U.S government unless compelled by federal law. Immigrants who have resided in the U.S. over 7 years may also be able to seek asylum. Present your case today and Tallassee AL Deportation or Removal Lawyers will review your case and propose a legal plan of action.

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United States and Alabama Area Deportation Information

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