In some cases, the U.S. Government will improperly charge a non-citizen as removable from the United States, whether by erring in the factual allegations set forth in the charging document, or by charging the non-citizen with an improper basis of removability.
Removability and inadmissibility are governed not only by statutes but also by ever evolving case law issued by the Board of Immigration Appeals, the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. An effective and experienced Immigration attorney should be aware of the most recent case law developments in this area, as a particular ruling could have an immediate effect on a client's case.
Our office has extensive experience challenging the U.S. Government on charges of removability, and has succeeded in having a great number of removal cases terminated by doing just that, before requesting "relief" from removal even becomes necessary. Attorney William M. Cavanaugh has succeeded in cases before the Board of Immigration Appeals, and has argued criminal removal matters before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. Our office is not afraid to litigate complex cases if and when necessary. While such action may not be appropriate in each and every instance, our immigration law office has the experience and foresight necessary to effectively determine when such a course of action is recommended and likely to be effective.
If you or a loved one are facing deportation or removal charges, contact our immigration law office today at (561) 283-2196 to set up a consultation to speak with our experienced deportation defense attorneys.