Deportation Defense

Dedicated Representation for Your Deportation Case

Over 35 Years of Combined Experience in Successful Litigation

  • Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent ResidentWhen a green card holder is put into immigration court, Cancellation of Removal may be a defense that permits the foreign national to keep their green card. Each process is complicated and has very specific requirements. Our litigation team has successfully won many of these cases to prevent stripping a lawful permanent resident of their status and avoid deportation.
  • Cancellation of Removal of Non-LPRIf a foreign national without status is in immigration court this may be a defense if the person can show hardship to a qualifying U.S. citizen or U.S. lawful permanent resident relative, has been in the United States consistently for at least ten years prior to being placed in removal proceedings, and has good moral character. The applicant also can apply for work permit during the process. If you find yourself in removal proceedings, contact our office so that our team can analyze your case to determine if this is a possibility.
  • Asylum, Withholding, CAT claimsForeign nationals who have a fear of returning to their country of origin may seek asylum in the United States. If a person is granted asylum, they can apply for their green card a year later. Asylum claims very complex and often difficult to win. Our team has won asylum for clients in hundreds of cases. If you are in the United States and have a fear of returning to your home country, contact us immediately. We can analyze your claim and help you navigate this difficult process. There are very strict requirements and time limits for filing an asylum claim, so it is important to act quickly.
  • Extensive Appellate practice before the BIA and Federal CourtsOccasionally, the Court will mistakenly deny your case. If this happens, contact us immediately. The time to file an appeal in your case is limited, so it is important to act quickly to protect your rights. We have vast experience making appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals and in the federal courts.
  • Motions to Reopen prior Orders of DeportationHaving a deportation order can be a bar to getting status in the United States, even if you otherwise qualify for a green card. In specific circumstances, a person with a deportation order might be able to get the removal order lifted and their case reopened. We have had great success with this specific type of case.
  • Drafting memorandum of law for Criminal Attorneys regarding immigration ramifications of criminal convictionsA foreign national who is arrested and has criminal charges pending needs not only a criminal attorney, but an immigration attorney as well. Certain convictions can destroy the chance of getting a green card. Our firm has partnered with many criminal attorneys to protect an immigrant’s rights. We analyze the criminal charges and their impact on an individual’s immigration status, assisting the criminal attorney in getting the best possible outcome.

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  • “Audrey and her staff are very efficient and helpful. In less than 4 months, they helped me in my asylum case. Now I can sleep relieved. If you are looking for an immigration attorney, I will advise you to get in touch with Audrey’s office they will help you with whatever thing you may need.”

    MARIA L.
  • “The office of Audrey Allen really came through for my family and me. I had a very rough time through the years finding a lawyer that would really fight for my case. Audrey was very efficient and knowledgeable and her colleagues are top-notch. Audrey went above and beyond for me. She prepared my family and me for all the future possibilities and complications we may encounter along the way. Her detailed communication with me was impeccable. My case, in particular, was complicated. I had a C1 Visa that I did not report to where I was supposed to, and I also had a voluntary deportation I never followed through with. She cleared all of this legally through the courts and gave me a fresh start here in America. I would recommend her to anyone.”