Pascagoula Deportation Lawyers

Find the right Deportation attorney in Pascagoula, MS

Both legal and illegal immigrants may be subject to deportation for a variety of reasons from Pascagoula Mississippi.

Common Reasons for Removal from Pascagoula Mississippi

A growing trend is that immigrants 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 Pascagoula MS, it would be wise to educate yourself about your rights.

Crimes May Result in Deportation from Pascagoula MS

Authorities can deport or remove persons on a variety of grounds -- even those who are legally residing in Pascagoula, MS.

Violent felonies and drug charges are often grounds for removal. However, even misdemeanor crimes of moral turpitude such as theft or fraud- those that show lack of justice, honesty, or good morals- may be grounds for deportation or removal. If you are facing deportation or removal, you can contest the proceedings.

People who are in the United States for over 7 years or have reasons to seek asylum in the United States may be able to prevent being deported or removed. Some cities and states also have "safe harbor" laws that encourage state and local officials not to report individuals to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unless Federal laws specifically compel them to. If you present your case via LegalMatch's intake system, Pascagoula MS Deportation lawyers will go over your situation and give you a plan of action.

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Life in Pascagoula

Pascagoula, Mississippi is a city in Jackson County. As of a 2007 estimate by the United States Census Bureau, it has a population of about 24,000 people.

Native American tribes have inhabited Pascagoula for thousands of years, and the name comes from a word that means "bread-eaters" which is how one of the groups of native inhabitants referred to themselves. A Spanish explorer is believed to have made first contact with them in 1540. However, the first permanent European settlement did not come until the 1700s. This area did not become part of the United States until 1812. Before then, it changed handsmultipletimesbetween the French, Spanish, and English. Pascagoula became a city, under the state's legal definition, in 1901. The current downtown area of Pascagoula was once part of Scranton, Mississippi, until the two towns merged in 1912.

Pascagoula, Mississippi is strategically situated on the Gulf of Mexico. Accordingly, its beaches are a popular tourist destination, and its fisheries are an important part of its economy.

If you live in Pascagoula, Mississippi, and have any sort of legal problem, you can probably find someone to help you with it. Pascagoula, Mississippi lawyers can handle just about any case that they might be faced with.

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