Columbus Deportation Lawyers

Find the right Deportation attorney in Columbus, IN

Under U.S. immigration laws, authorities may deport or remove legal and illegal immigrants under a number of reasons from Columbus Indiana.

Typical Reasons for Removal from Columbus Indiana

A growing trend is that persons 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 Columbus IN, it would be recommended to educate yourself about your rights.

Crimes May Result in Deportation from Columbus IN

Both legal and illegal immigrants may be subject to mandatory deportation for committing some crimes in Columbus, IN.

In most cases, immigrants are deported for violent felonies as well as drug charges. However, there is a growing trend that even minor offenses can be grounds for deportation if the crimes involved moral turpitude.

If you have resided in the U.S. for over 7 years, or if you are seeking asylum in the country, you may be able to avoid deportation or removal. Furthermore, some cities and states have enacted so-called safe harbor laws. These laws stop officials from reporting persons to Immigration and Customs Enforcement so long as federal law does not mandate disclosure. After completing an online LegalMatch.com intake report, Columbus IN Deportation or Removal Lawyers will look over your case and respond with a possible plan for you.

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Life in Columbus

Columbus is located in Indiana's Bartholomew County. Specifically it is 40 miles from Indianapolis and on the east fork on the White River. Columbus is the twentieth largest city in Indiana. It is also ranked eleven on the U.S.'s safest cities to live in.

The largest employer in Columbus is Cummins, Inc. In fact, GQ Magazine included Columbus in its "62 Reasons to Love Your Country" article.

Some popular attractions include the Miller House, Otter Creek Golf Course, First Baptist Church, and the Large Arch sculpture by Henry Moore.

Famous residents include Stevie Brown, Lee H. Hamilton, Jeff Osterhage, Jill Tasker, Herbert Wright, and Bob Paris.

Columbus is also home to many attorneys and law firms that practice in any and every field of law.

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