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Los Angeles Deportation Attorney

More Than 19 Years of Deportation Law Experience

los angeles deportation attorneyThe threat of deportation can be intimidating, frustrating, and frightening. The possibility of a family member or a loved one being deported can also be devastating. Los Angeles deportation attorney Patricia Depew is committed to helping those threatened with deportation; the threat of deportation does not have to end in expulsion. Patricia Depew is an experienced Pasadena, California immigration attorney who successfully represents clients facing possible deportation; through aggressive defenses and smart legal strategies, she helps her clients to stay in the United States.

When the federal government decides to deport a person, usually after an investigation and arrest, a removal proceeding is conducted. The immigrant-defendant will receive a “Notice to Appear” from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). At the removal proceeding, an immigration judge considers arguments from both the immigrant’s attorney and the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) attorney. Removal and deportation hearings are often triggered by a criminal conviction or some other visa status violation. If you are accused of a visa status violation, having a good immigration lawyer working for you is the best and wisest way to safeguard your legal rights and to reduce your likelihood of being deported.

Obtaining the Best Possible Results

Removal cases can be difficult, but deportation attorney Patricia Depew will exhaustively investigate all of your available defense options and work for the best possible resolution. Ms. Depew fully evaluates your case, provides honest advice, and prepares you for your appearance before an immigration judge. She may employ several strategies to fight your deportation, and they may include:

Obtaining waivers for criminal convictions
Bond redetermination
Arguing that yours is a hardship case
Applying for a green card
Applying for asylum
Applying for relief as a battered spouse

The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 allows the imposition of tough penalties on immigrants who violate laws in the United States. Because the details of immigration law are constantly changing and evolving, it is imperative that you consult a good immigration lawyer before attending any hearing or accepting any plea agreement. Patricia Depew works with diligence and dedication to keep abreast of the latest developments in immigration law. She understands the stress and fear that clients experience when they are threatened with deportation. Ms. Depew successfully represents her clients first by making sure they are fully informed with sound, accurate legal counsel. Clients work directly with the attorney. She is a seasoned, experienced immigration attorney who will provide an honest evaluation of your case and an aggressive defense in the courtroom.

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Patricia Depew also provides a welcoming, comfortable environment for clients to discuss their legal needs. She will move you quickly beyond legal rhetoric to the core of the legal issue confronting you. Call her today at 310-284-8494. Se Habla Español.

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Panorama City
14500 Roscoe Boulevard, 4th floor
Panorama City, California 91402
(northern San Fernando Valley) 818-495-0016

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Sherman Oaks, California 91403

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    Depew Law Group, P.C.
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    225 S Lake Ave, 3rd fl
    Pasadena, California 91101

    Tel: 626-333-5520
    Fax: 310-288-8180

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This publication and the information included in it are not intended to serve as a substitute for consultation with an attorney. Specific legal issues, concerns and conditions always require the advice of appropriate legal professionals.