Defend Your Right To Remain In The U.S.

Removal from the U.S., also called deportation, is a massive disruption to your work and your personal life. And for people separated from their friends and family, it can be tragic and life-changing.

The immigration attorneys at Latino Legal are committed to helping you stay in the U.S. as long as possible, and to building a case for more stable residency. We offer a strong defense against deportation/removal proceedings, and we work with you from the beginning of your case to the end. We will come to you in jail if you are detained, and help you get out on bond. We will prepare your application and assemble all of the necessary documents to maximize your ability to live the life you have chosen in California.

Delay Removal Proceedings So You Can Plan Your Next Steps

Sometimes, it helps just to slow down the removal process. We will raise important questions about your immigration record that will take time to answer, and use that time to build the case for why you or your loved one should be allowed to stay in the U.S. for longer. For instance, we can help you apply for a work permit that might justify your presence in the country, or seek to expunge a misdemeanor that is distracting immigration officials as you apply for more stable residency.

Even in cases where it is not possible to permanently avoid removal from the U.S., the extra time gained during the legal process can be used to put your affairs in order both here and in your country of origin, in order to ease the transition and maintain ties to the friends and family who will remain in the U.S.

Manage Your Removal Case With An Experienced Immigration Lawyer

Latino Legal represents clients who have immigrated to the United States from all over the world, and our goal is to keep your life running smoothly for as long as you would like to remain in this country.

To see how Latino Legal can help in your case, contact us online or call us at 888-666-8820 to schedule a free initial consultation in our Los Angeles office.