Are You Facing Deportation? We Can Help.

Today, it seems as if anyone, no matter how hardworking and law-abiding, could find themselves facing deportation from the United States.

If you or a family member is facing deportation, turn to Rebecca Black Immigration, PA, of Jacksonville, Florida, for help. We can fight to make sure the government honors your due process rights. We have ample experience dealing with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and understand the ins and outs of the process. You will not be alone in this fight.

Grounds for Removal Under U.S. Immigration Law

Until you become a naturalized citizen, you are subject to removal for several reasons. Grounds for removal under U.S. immigration law include:

  • Illegally coming to the U.S.: Foreign nationals who come to the United States illegally are subject to removal.
  • Immigration fraud: Lying on a visa application and entering into a sham marriage with an American citizen are examples of deception that could result in removal.
  • Prior inadmissibility: If ICE discovers that prior to entering the country legally, a foreign national was inadmissible, it could call for removal.
  • Criminal behavior: Not every crime is a deportable offense, but aggravated felonies, drug crimes, sex crimes, human trafficking, domestic violence and threats to national security are among the violations that prompt removal.
  • Drug abuse or addiction: A criminal conviction is not necessary; a medical examination may provide enough evidence for removal.
  • Public charge status: A foreign national who goes on needs-based government assistance within five years of arrival can be removed.

Removal rarely happens quickly, and a skilled attorney can make all the difference in your removal hearing. You have a right to appear on your behalf, call witnesses and present evidence. We will also determine whether you are eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. There is still a great deal of confusion surrounding this program, and we can help you understand if this is the right fit for you.

Do Not Wait to Seek Help

If you are facing deportation, seek legal help immediately to give yourself the best chance of a positive outcome. To talk to a lawyer, email us or call our offices at 904-999-4928 to schedule an appointment during the week. We offer free walk-in consultations from noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays at our Beach Boulevard Flea Market office.