Rome Deportation Lawyers

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Both legal and illegal immigrants may be subject to deportation for a variety of reasons from Rome New York.

Deportation Avoidance in Rome New York

Most individuals are deported or removed after an arrest for an unrelated criminal charge. Being in the United States without authorization can also be sufficient for deportation or removal. If you have been arrested or face deportation under other circumstances from Rome NY, your best bet would be to learn about any remedies you may have.

Both Legal and Illegal Immigrants May Face Deportation from RomeNY

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

In most situations, 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.

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, Rome NY Deportation or Removal Lawyers will examine your case and propose a legal plan of action.

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Life in Rome

Rome, New York is a city in Oneida County. As of the 2000 Census, Rome's population was about 35,000 people.

Starting with the Revolutionary War, and continuing for many years thereafter, the city of Rome was referred to as "Fort Stanwix" - because that military installation was the only building in the area at the time. The town changed its name to "Rome" sometime in the 1800s, though the exact time of this name change, and the reasons for it, are unknown. It is presumed to be named after the modern Italian city of Rome, or perhaps the ancient empire of the same name.

Construction of the Erie Canal, which eventually connected the Atlantic Ocean with the Great lakes,began in Rome, and led to its industrial ascension, thanks to the Canal's role in the industrialization of America. Today, Rome is home to one of the last examples of an unique natural habitat: sand plains. The Rome Sand Plains are a mosaic of sand dunes, peat bogs, and hardwood forest, creating a huge amount of biodiversity. The sand plains are a major draw for tourists, especially nature enthusiasts.

If you live in Rome, New York, and find yourself facing a legal problem, a Rome, New York attorney can help. Rome, New York lawyers are ready to handle just about any legal issue you might be facing.

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