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Notice to Appear

Assistance from Our Statesville Deportation Defense Lawyer

If you are found to be in the country illegally or the government has found another reason to have you deported, you may be issued a notice to appear (NTA). An NTA is a document that signals the beginning of removal proceedings and your need to appear in immigration court. You will be given a specific date and time to appear. Without the proper deportation defense, you risk deportation from the United States.

Your notice to appear can either be personally served to you or mailed to your address. Your first scheduled court hearing must be at least 10 days after the NTA was served. Be thorough in your review of the NTA to understand exactly what allegations have been made against you. We can help you meet all deadlines and requirements imposed by the immigration court to maximize your chance of remaining in the United States. In addition, we can help you successfully defend against the charges of removability you have allegedly violated.

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Immigration Hearing for Removal

You can be scheduled a contested merits hearing if you deny the charges of removability against you. During this hearing, you have the opportunity to present the legal reasons why you are not removable based on the allegations which have been charged. Removal proceedings can be terminated if the immigration judge makes a positive decision in your favor. If, on the other hand, the judge denies your argument, your charges of removability will be sustained. At that point, you must have a defense prepared from removal and apply for relief if available. During this entire process, our Statesville immigration lawyer can act as your defense and fight for your position in the United States. Schedule a case evaluation with our Statesville immigration attorney to find out what can be done in your situation. Contact Cobb Law PLLC today!

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