Deportation / Removal — If you received a notice to appear before an immigration court, this means that you are already in removal proceedings and facing possible deportation. You may, however, be eligible for relief from removal. Removal or deportation proceedings can be very scary and difficult for individuals and their family members. We understand the importance of keeping families together at all times. When you or any of your family members are arrested, Law Office of Ali Farahmand can help.
Immigration Bonds — The immigration bond serves as a bail paid by another person with the purpose to release the detainee from immigration detention.
Immigration Court — After bonding out of immigration detention, if applicable we will investigate all options for aggressively defending against deportation, including:
Challenging the Department of Homeland Security’s charge
Cancellation of removal
Adjustment of status
Asylum/withholding of removal/protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT)
Writ of Habeas Corpus — Immigration statutes purport to empower the government to hold persons in “detention” under a wide variety of circumstances in connection with immigration matters but the courts have made clear that this power has constitutional limits, which must be exceeded.