• El Perdon Como Defensa

    El perdon pueden ser un medio de alivio en un tribunal de inmigración. Hay varios tipos de perdones bajo secciones específicas de la ley. Un abogado de inmigración puede responder sus preguntas sobre estos y aconsejarle si pueden o no ayudar a su caso ante el tribunal.

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Voluntary Departure

If you are in removal proceedings in the immigration court, voluntary departure may be a form of relief. With voluntary departure, you will be able to leave the United States on your own without being detained and removed by the US government.

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Motions to Reopen

If you have a removal order, consult the attorneys at Wilson Law Group to determine whether you are eligible to file a motion to reopen.

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Motions to Reconsider

If you believe the Immigration Judge or Board of Immigration Appeals (“Board”) made a factual or legal error in deciding your case, you can file a motion to reconsider.

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Temporary Protected Status

Temporary protected status (TPS) is a special immigration status granted to nationals of certain countries that have experienced extreme political unrest, a natural disaster, or other extraordinary condition.  TPS is a temporary designation for countries where the U.S.

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Detention & Bond Eligibility

If you have been detained by an immigration officer, it is best to contact an attorney who specializes in immigration law immediately. An attorney at Wilson Law Group will be able to investigate your situation and guide you or a family member through the bond process.

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Asylum

If you are in removal proceedings, applying for asylum is one way that you may be able to defend yourself in immigration court. If you fled your home country because of fear of being persecuted by a specific group or individual, you may qualify for the asylum application.

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Withholding of Removal

If you are in removal proceedings with immigration court, another form of relief that you may seek is withholding of removal. Similar to an asylum application, withholding of removal is based on an individual's fear of returning to his or her home country.

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Article III of the Convention Against Torture (CAT)

Article III of the Convention Against Torture (CAT) states that a country may not return an individual to a country where he or she may be tortured. If you are in immigration court and submitting an asylum application, this article may apply to your case.

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Cancellation of Removal (Permanent and Non-Permanent Residents)

If you received a Notice to Appear in immigration court, you may qualify for a form of relief called Cancellation of Removal. This may apply to you whether you are a lawful permanent or non-permanent resident of the US.

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NACARA

NACARA stands for Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act and is a form of relief in immigration court. This application grants permanent residency to an individual and his or her families who quality under its specific requirements.

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