Protect Yourself From Deportation; Comments by the Herman Legal Group

This article will discuss ways in which legal permanent residents and visa holders can protect themselves from removal and deportation from the U. S.

Press Release ( - Detroit, USA - May 16, 2017 - There are times we hear about documented green card holders having been deported and even nonimmigrant visa holders too. This poses the question as to what can be done to ensure that legal immigrants and nonimmigrants do not get deported. That being said there a number of reasons that a legal permanent resident and visa holder can be removed from the U. S. However, this article will discuss ways in which legal permanent residents and visa holders can protect themselves from removal and deportation from the U. S. To provide comments in respect of this is an attorney and spokesperson from the Herman Legal Group, a law firm that specialises in immigration law.

The attorney stated that one of the best ways to protect oneself against removal from the U. S. is to understand the terms of one’s status. She went on to state that, “if you are a given a visa or green card there is need to understand the limits or scope of the activities you are allowed to engage in. An example, is of persons on a tourist visa, such persons are not allowed to work and as a result their visa can be cancelled if they violate this condition of the visa. In respect of people with a green card, a condition of their permanent residence is to advise the immigration authorities of changes in their address if such changes do occur. Further, they have a ten day window to advise the immigration authorities of the change in their address; failure to do so can lead to deportation.”

Another thing that a green card holder and nonimmigrant must avoid are criminal offences and by extension criminal convictions. Persons who are convicted of an aggravated felony can be placed in removal proceedings, have their status revoked and be deported. Some examples of crimes which fall into the category of aggravated felonies are:

  • rape
  • murder
  • fraud
  • drug and weapons trafficking
  • manslaughter
  • drug possession
  • perjury

In order to ensure safety from deportation relating to aggravated felony it is imperative that green card holders and nonimmigrants stay clear of the criminal justice system! In the event that you do face criminal charges contact a criminal attorney and or an immigration attorney. Ensure that the immigration attorney has knowledge of both criminal and immigration laws.

Often, a way to avoid removal or deportation is to get naturalized citizenship, however, there are circumstances where U. S. citizens are deported. For example, if they commit fraud so as to get their green card for citizenship. For green card holders who are eligible they should seek U. S. citizenship.

The attorney also provided a warning in respect of undocumented persons, she stated ,”if you are questioned by the police or an immigration officer remain silent, it is your right to remain silent and not talk to the authorities. However, if you choose to talk to the authorities be sure to tell the truth as it is an offence to lie to a federal official.”

The Herman Legal Group spokesperson is from a Michigan immigration attorney.

About the company:

The Herman Legal Group is a law firm of renowned professionals who specialize in immigration law. They have been said to be the best Columbus immigration lawyer.

Source : hermanimmigrationlawyer

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