Haitian Immigration Attorney Serving West Palm Beach FL
When you need a Haitian Immigration Attorney in south Florida, call the law offices of Byrnes Guillaume, Attorney at Law, PLLC. There are many legal reasons why a US immigrant may be deported back to their country of origin. The first and most obvious reason is that he had no legal right to be in the United States to begin with. If you have crossed the border illegally or stayed beyond the departure date on your visa, you will be deported. Even people who have a temporary or permanent right to be here can be deported. When you are a nonimmigrant and fail to adhere to the terms of your visa or otherwise maintain your status, you will be deported. When you are an immigrant and you fail to notify the authorities (USCIS) of a change of address, you become deportable. Commission of a crime can make you deportable. Violation of immigration laws by participating in a fraudulent marriage, for example, may get you deported. A green card holder who ends up on public assistance (becoming a “Public Charge”) may be deported. Deportation or Removal from the United States is a complex legal issue, and you need an attorney who is a competent and experienced legal professional to handle your case.
In matters of Immigration Law, we suggest you contact Byrnes Guillaume, Attorney at Law, PLLC as soon as possible to assist you or your family member facing deportation or removal proceedings. When our law firm represents you, be assured that your immigration case for deportation or removal will receive the professional help you need. Call our office today: (561) 689 9191
This area of practice consists of appearing in Immigration Courts to defend and seek relief from Deportation/Removal from the United States for the following:
- Lawful Permanent Residents with criminal convictions.
- A Person residing illegally in the U.S.
- A person who overstays or violates the terms of the visa.
- A Non-U.S. citizen who is denied benefits by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.