Deportation Under US Immigration Law - FAQs
Are you looking for information about deportation under U.S. immigration law? our experienced team of immigration attorneys have compiled and answered the most frequently asked questions about this subject In an effort to help you obtain as much information needed as possible. Please read below:
- How long does a deportation process take?
- What happens if cancellation of removal is denied?
- Who qualifies for cancellation of removal?
- Can a deportation be reversed?
- Is voluntary departure considered removal?
- Can you come back to us after being deported?
- Can I be deported if I am married to a US citizen?
- How do I know if I have a deportation order?
- Is expedited removal a deportation?
It depends on what state the person is in. Generally, the deportation process takes between 1 and 2 years.Back to Deportation FAQs
Depending on the facts, there may be alternative relief if the cancellation of removal is denied.Back to Deportation FAQs
There are two types of cancellation of removal. Non-LPR cancellation and also LPR cancellation. The requirements for each are slightly different. Generally, you must prove you have lived inside the U.S. continuously for a certain period of time, you must demonstrate good moral character, and you will need to show exceptional and extremely unusual hardship.Back to Deportation FAQs
It depends. If new facts are available, a deportation case may be reopened.Back to Deportation FAQs
Typically, voluntary departure is not considered removal and will generally not have negative impact.Back to Deportation FAQs
It depends. We would need to know the reason of deportation. Back to Deportation FAQs
Yes, you can still be deported if you are married to a US citizen. Back to Deportation FAQs
You can submit a FOIA request to EOIR.Back to Deportation FAQs
It can be considered a deportation and the consequence is a 5 year bar.Back to Deportation FAQs