Immigration and Nationality Law | Warshaw Burstein LLP | Deportation Defense
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Deportation Defense

Legal Status is Critical

Our experienced attorneys represent immigrants in deportation and removal proceedings before federal district courts, immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). We have successfully provided counsel, assistance and representation on immigration matters that include:
  • Detention and removal
  • Cancellation of removal
  • Bond relief and mandatory detention
  • Requests for criminal history
  • Writs of mandamus proceedings
  • Habeas proceedings in federal court
  • Parole and orders of supervision
  • Freedom of information act requests
  • Waivers of inadmissibility
  • Appeals before the BIA and United States Courts of Appeals

If you are facing impending removal or deportation or have received a notice of intent to deny (NOID) or denial, or are facing any imminent action by the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Patrol, USCIS or any other immigration enforcement agency, please take action with these key points in mind:
 
Get Help Quickly
Contact Ms. Malik promptly for a free consultation and avoid unlicensed consultants or notaries.
 
Most imminent immigration notices and action are time sensitive
Delays could bar you from relief to which you may be entitled and could prevent you from legalizing your status.
 
Your right to remain in the United States may be at risk
Legally seeking refuge or applying for citizenship is the way to protect your rights.

If you are faced with deportation or removal, or if you have a loved one facing these issues, especially if you or someone you know is in detention, you should consider speaking with a lawyer as soon as possible.  Our firm can help you understand your rights and your options.  Call our firm at 212-984-7700 to schedule an initial consultation.  Our staff can communicate in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.