Deportation Defense

Maryland Deportation Defense Attorneys

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Immigration and Deportation Defense

Deportation has many different sides. Some individuals overstay their visa, accidentally or deliberately, or have not come into the country lawfully. Non-legal residents who have committed a crime, been arrested and convicted of a felony, may face a tough situation where they can be deported for a number of reasons.

The opportunities a person has by living lawfully in the United States are endless and these opportunities are reasons to try and stay. Entering the U.S. lawfully through a non-immigrant visa for travel, tourism, looking into investments and even on a work permit have time limits or qualifications you need to make sure you monitor and keep track of. The temporary nature of these visas have an expiration and the visa holder must exist the United States to avoid legal concerns.

BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON D.C. IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY DEFENDING PEOPLE FACING DEPORTATION

Deportation Defense AttorneyAt Silverman Thompson Slutkin and White, our team of attorneys are experienced in immigration and criminal defense. This legal team delivers a resource and service not many other firms can offer to their clients. We know and appreciate that every immigration case is different. Every person’s situation is different. Our commitment to personal, one-on-one representation is a pillar to our firm’s and our client’s success. If you or someone you know is facing deportation or needs deportation defense now, call Marisol L. Escalante, Esq. at Silverman Thomson Slutkin and White. (443) 804-8250