At the Law Office of S.A. Peterkin, we represent immigrants and foreign visitors who are at risk of deportation in immigration courts throughout the United States. It is our number one priority to protect our clients’ best interests and make sure no person is unjustly deported.
Deportation proceedings are initiated when a Notice to Appear (NTA) is filed with the immigration court. If you have received an NTA you need to be prepared to present your case before an immigration judge and provide defense against your intended deportation.
In some cases, an immigrant is placed in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention before they are able to see an immigration judge. When a client is detained by ICE our first step is to determine whether the client is eligible for an immigration bond and, if so, proceed to file the Motion for Bond with Immigration Court or seek Bond directly from ICE. After obtaining bond, or in non-detained cases, we represent our clients through the full process of deportation or removal proceedings.
We understand the worries, fears, and stress you and your family experience when faced with deportation. We are dedicated to fighting your deportation from the U.S., and helping you file the appropriate petitions, obtain necessary documents and waivers and file motions to reopen or appeal your case.
If you are in need of an experienced and knowledgeable deportation defense attorney for representation in immigration court, contact our office today at