More Than 19 Years of Immigration Court Experience
Over 30,000 immigrants are currently being held in detention by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The 254 immigration judges in the nation’s 59 immigration courts will decide on their removability as well as their applications for relief from removal. When you appear in an immigration court, the government is arguing for your deportation. An experienced trial attorney will argue the government’s case against you. It’s imperative to be represented in immigration court by an experienced immigration attorney. Los Angeles immigration court attorney Patricia Depew has sixteen years of legal experience helping families stay together and achieve their dreams in the southern California region.
In immigration court, the government must prove that you are legally removable with “clear, convincing and unequivocal” evidence. However, immigration court hearings are not criminal proceedings, so defendants have no right to a public defender. Immigration court procedures are always complicated and thorny; you’ll want help from an experienced immigration attorney. Patricia Depew represents clients throughout Pasadena, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Ventura County, the San Fernando Valley region, and the surrounding areas. She makes sure that her clients are fully informed with accurate legal advice; she then works to help clients make the sound decisions that are in their long-term interests. As an immigration court attorney, Ms. Depew understands the anxiety and fear that clients can experience when they are threatened with removal. She fully evaluates your case, provides honest advice, and prepares you for your appearance in immigration court. She may employ several strategies to fight your deportation, including:
Applying for a green card
Applying for asylum
Applying for relief as a battered spouse
Obtaining waivers for criminal convictions
Arguing that yours is a hardship case
Hire an Experienced Los Angeles Immigration Court Attorney
The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 allows the government to impose stiff penalties on immigrants who violate U.S. laws. Because immigration law is constantly changing and evolving, it is imperative that you consult an experienced immigration before appearing at any hearing or accepting any plea agreement. If you or someone you know needs the assistance of an experienced immigration court lawyer, don’t hesitate to contact immigration court attorney Patricia Depew. She has successfully represented numerous defendants in southern California immigration courts, and she works hard to stay on top of current developments in the rapidly-evolving field of immigration law. Ms. Depew provides a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere for clients to discuss their legal needs and concerns. She will move you quickly to the core of whatever legal matter you face, and save you from wasting time, financial resources, or emotional anxiety. Call Attorney Patricia Depew today at 310-284-8494. Se Habla Español.