Clearlake Deportation Lawyers

Clearlake Deportation Lawyers, CA

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Legal and illegal immigrants in the United States can be deported or removed for a variety of reasons from Clearlake California.

Understanding How to Avoid Deportation from Clearlake California

Most commonly, individuals are removed or deported after they have been arrested on unrelated criminal charges. However, officials may deport or remove persons based solely on the fact that they lack sufficient authorization to be in the country. If you have been arrested or face deportation from Clearlake CA, it would be prudent to learn about your legal rights.

You May Be Deported from Clearlake CA

Both legal and illegal immigrants may be subject to mandatory deportation for committing particular crimes in Clearlake, CA.

For example, one may be deported or removed based on a drug-related offense, a violent felony charge, and some other crime involving "moral turpitude," including fraud or stealing. There are a number of ways to challenge deportation or removal proceedings.

Those who seek asylum in the United States, and those who have lived in the U.S. for more than 7 years may be able to prevent being deported or removed. Often times, many cities and states have "safe harbor" laws that allow offenders not to be reported to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unless specifically compelled to by Federal law. You can present your case today and Clearlake CA attorneys will examine your case and respond to you with a course of action.

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