What Will You Do When You Go Through Removal Proceedings?
Maybe your story starts with a knock at the door. Maybe you receive a notice to appear in the mail. Regardless, once a removal proceeding begins, you cannot waste time.
My name is Ifeoma Ejezie, and, for over 15 years, I have helped New Jersey-based immigrant communities find legal solutions to their problems. I am a fierce advocate who is unafraid of the courts. I take your life and future seriously, which is why you know you can trust me to represent you. Reach my office today at Ejezie Law Firm, LLC, and know that you are in good hands.
What To Expect During Removal Proceedings
You are entitled to due process, and you will receive a hearing and other opportunities to fight removal. Before a lawful removal, you have the right to:
- Dispute claims that threaten your status, like certain criminal allegations or claims that you violated the terms of your visa
- File for an appeal, which in and of itself is a lengthy process
- Apply for a different categorization such as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) protection, asylum or temporary protected status (TPS)
Just because ICE files a detainer or you receive notice of removal proceedings does not mean that your case is over. In removal proceedings, it is the little things that make a huge difference. An overlooked detail can mean you miss an opportunity to defend your status.
Make Sure Your Next Move Is The Right One
I understand what is at stake during removal cases. As I review your case and prepare your representation, know that your case is a priority at Ejezie Law Firm, LLC. Email or call me today at 908-905-0854; the sooner the better.