Are You Currently Facing Deportation?

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Kerry William Bretz

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Senior Partner at firm Bretz & Coven, LLP

Serving New York, NY

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Advice from a deportation attorney in NY

Facing deportation can be a terrifying experience.  The life you carefully constructed and attempted to live in the U.S. may come to an end as you know it.  Instead, you may be sent back to your country of origin, far away from your family, with no means of seeing them again, or of rebuilding the life you had.

But a deportation lawyer in New York City can help.  As soon as you receive notice that you may be deported, contact and retain the most qualified legal counsel you can find.  Despite the numerous horror stories in the news, your lawyer can discuss ways to avoid being deported.  One of them includes:

Obtaining a waiver.  To receive a waiver, you must show that you or close family members would suffer undue hardship if you were to be removed from U.S. soil.  In some cases, you are eligible to obtain a waiver under the same conditions even if you are being deported due to alleged criminal activity such as fraud.

Contact our New York City visa attorney today 
If you are looking for a New York visa lawyer with experience, dedication and understanding or more information on immigration reform in NYC, Bretz & Coven can help.  Call us today at 1-212-267-2555, or toll free at 1-917-338-3973.  We look forward to helping you pursue your case.

But a deportation lawyer in New York City can help.  As soon as you receive notice that you may be deported, contact and retain the most qualified legal counsel you can find. 

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