Fighting For Your Right To Remain In The Country
If you’re in danger of being deported or need assistance with immigration bonds, you cannot waste any time in seeking immediate legal representation. Having an experienced Lincoln immigration attorney on your side during a removal proceeding could significantly increase your chances of remaining in the country.
Waste no time in contacting Monzón, Guerra & Associates at 402-477-8188 for the aggressive removal defense you need and deserve.
We offer services in English and Spanish.
During your removal proceeding, it will be the responsibility of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to present enough clear evidence to prove that you are, in fact, eligible for removal. That being said, it is often wise to deny the allegations against you, especially if you are undocumented or do not have the necessary paperwork yet. We are here to help you contest any charges of removability.
Possible defenses in removal proceedings include:
- You are not eligible for removal.
- DHS charged you with being removable for the wrong reasons.
- DHS did not present enough compelling evidence/documents to prove you are removable.
Types Of Relief From Removal
There are many forms of relief from removal. We will find the best fit for your case. Align yourself with a Nebraska immigration lawyer from our firm today to protect your right to remain in the U.S. during this stressful time.
Types of relief that may be available to you include:
- Adjustment of status
- Cancellation of removal
- Deferred Action
- Voluntary departure
- Withholding of removal
To learn about these – and more – relief options, contact Monzón, Guerra & Associates without delay. Other defenses may also be applied to your case depending on the circumstances. We can better assess your case in person, so do not wait to call us at 402-477-8188.
Immigration Law Help For When You Need It Most
We have litigated hundreds of cases in state and federal courts. We are ready to do the same for you. Contact our Lincoln lawyers at 402-477-8188 or send a message here to make an appointment to discuss your case.