At The Anyere Law Firm, LLC, we believe that you deserve the chance to build a stronger future as a citizen of the United States. Unfortunately, if you're facing deportation, that chance could potentially be taken away from you.
From our office in Greenbelt, Maryland, we serve the needs of individuals dealing with the possibility of being deported in the surrounding areas of Silver Spring, Columbia, and Gaithersburg. Let us help you discover your options for protecting your future—schedule a free initial consultation with our attorney today.
Undocumented immigrants and naturalized citizens could potentially face deportation for a variety of reasons, including:
Failure to abide by the terms of their visa
Failure to notify the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services of their changes of address
Conviction of a crime
No matter the circumstances surrounding your deportation proceedings, time is of the essence. You have the right to an attorney—exercise that right by contacting us as soon as possible.
As you navigate deportation proceedings, you will be required to attend scheduled court hearings, promptly report address changes, and follow any and all deadlines given by the judge in your case. It is essential that you turn to a qualified immigration attorney to represent you in court as you fight to stay in this country.
At The Anyere Law Firm, LLC, we'll take the time to investigate the charges brought against you by the Department of Homeland Security and confirm their validity. Then, we'll formulate a strong defense against your deportation. From claiming that the charges against you are false to arguing that you qualify for asylum, our attorney will strive to advocate for your future.
For individuals who can prove that, should they return to their home country, they would face certain or potential persecution based on their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group, asylum may be a viable option.
If you are not currently facing deportation, you can apply for asylum by filing Form I-589 with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Once your application is processed, you will be interviewed by the USCIS. The interviewing officer will either grant asylum or refer you to immigration court proceedings, wherein you will have the opportunity to apply again.
If you are involved in deportation proceedings when you start the process of seeking asylum, you will be required to file your application with the immigration judge assigned to your case.
Whether you're filing for asylum as a defense for deportation or simply because you believe you will suffer persecution if you return to your home country, let an attorney represent your best interests through this complex process.
The best way to set yourself up for success, whether you're dealing with potential deportation or seeking asylum, is to be proactive. Put a qualified legal professional in your corner as soon as possible to start fighting for the results you need to protect your future.
An immigrant himself, our attorney understands the challenges his clients face as they strive to obtain, and protect, their status in this country. He aims to help immigrant individuals and families, as well as family members of immigrants, seek asylum, fight back against deportation, navigate appeals and denials, apply for citizenship, and secure family-based immigrant visas.
Schedule a free 30-minute consultation with our firm, The Anyere Law Firm, LLC, in Greenbelt, Maryland. We proudly serve the surrounding areas of Silver Spring, Columbia, and Gaithersburg. The path forward starts here. Reach out today to pursue a stronger tomorrow.
Your future is worth fighting for. Whether you're facing deportation or seeking asylum, get the advocacy you deserve by reaching out to our attorney at The Anyere Law Firm, LLC. We're prepared to guide you on a path forward in Greenbelt, Maryland, and beyond.