Motion Law help you with your deportation Case

Changes in immigration policies

The Coronavirus’ arrival brought chaos to the US. Almost every area of our daily life has been affected and there are communities that suffer the consequences more than others.

For instance, many immigrant communities are going through a very difficult time as immigration policies changed abruptly during the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.

The current government, in its effort to protect public health, is doing everything possible to mitigate the impact of the pandemic and reduce immigration in general to prevent the virus from continuing to spread within North American territory.

The policies are constantly being modified and it is better to be aware of all the changes in order to adapt in the best way and make the right decision for any pending immigration case.

If you need to know more details about the changes implemented in immigration policies, do not hesitate to contact Motion Law today to schedule your FREE Telephone Consultation.

Current express deportations

One of the most controversial topics in the country is the way in which deportations are being handled during the health crisis.

Since the government temporarily restricted the entry to the country while the contagion peak decreases, deportations are almost instantaneous nowadays when immigrants decide to go to the borders to request asylum or refuge.

In addition to that, Trump’s administration wants to continue deporting immigrants who currently live in the US but do not have a legal residence permit.

It is well known that public attention is currently focused on the global pandemic, therefore, perhaps immigration processes have been pushed aside and deportations may be faster.

However, the US Constitution has a very wide variety of laws and there is always an opportunity to present a decent immigration case and avoid deportation.

The most important thing to achieve this goal is to find the correct guide and constant support for your residency application to be successful.

For that, we recommend you to contact one of our expert immigration attorneys who will be able to advise you and help you organize all the necessary documentation, guiding your deportation case as smooth as possible.

Deportation lawyers in times of pandemic

The dream of living in the US should not be negatively impacted by the current global health situation.

Rather, it should be an impulse to properly prepare your case and avoid deportation for you and your family.

If you are currently facing a deportation case, the best solution is to find a specialized attorney to organize your case and be able to obtain legal residence in the country.

Motion Law offers multiple services for deportation cases and you should not, under any circumstance, take deportation for granted when there are many options to win your immigration case.

Some of the methods we use for deportation cases due to their effectiveness are:

  • Cancellation of Deportation
  • Asylum
  • Suspension of Deportation
  • Adjustment of Status
  • Voluntary departure
  • Administrative Appeal

If you want to know more about the services we offer in deportation cases, please click here.

Immigration help during health crisis

In addition to deportation cases, Motion Law has expert attorneys in all US immigration cases and we are always up to date with the current policies.

This allows us to be one step ahead to save your case and help you fulfill your dreams.

Therefore, if you have any question about an immigration problem other than deportation or a case you currently have in process, please feel free to contact us for a FREE Telephone Consultation with one of our expert immigration attorneys.

Just call Motion Law today at: (202) 918-1799.