Many foreign nationals undergo a process of detention followed by removal proceedings (deportation) from the United States. One common reason is that of unlawful status based on entry without inspection (EWI) or visa overstay followed by that of criminal convictions which place the foreign national status at risk for deportation. Maud Poudat can evaluate your case at all level of removal proceedings and advise you on the possible defenses you may have against such drastic government action.

 

Detention & Supervision

One can get arrested by the police following an infraction and perhaps get away with Immigration getting involved. However, some criminal...

Federal Litigation

In the removal proceedings context, a petition for review is usually filed after the appeal has been dismissed with the Board of Immigration...

Waivers

Section 212(d)(3), also known as the Hranka waiver, allows a foreign national to be admitted to the U.S. despite being inadmissible based on criminal...

Removal proceedings

If the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has initiated removal proceedings against you, you will be issued a Notice to Appear (NTA) in Immigration...