Deportation is when the U.S. Government orders a non-citizen to be removed from the country. Deportation is also known as simple removal. Once a person is deported they can lose their rights to ever enter the U.S. again. Usually, a deportation order is in response to violating immigration laws, such as entering the country illegally or a conviction of criminal activity.
Deportation is a legal process, so a person with a deportation order in Greensboro would have certain rights under the law. These rights normally must be exercised before being removed from the United States. The most important of those rights is the right to challenge the Deportation order, but once again, the challenge must happen before being removed from the country.
Any non-citizens who have violated the Immigration and Nationality Act can be deported, violations can include but are not limited to:
If you or a family member is facing a deportation order in North Carolina. Contact us as soon as possible. Our immigration lawyers in Greensboro will meet with you and discuss your options.