Immigrant detention can happen anywhere in the U.S.
Immigration law applies across the entire U.S. Because of this, it is important that you know the laws and regulations surrounding your residence – even if you’re miles away from a foreign border. If you are found in violation of U.S. Immigration Law you are subject to detention and criminal charges, which can lead to jail time, fines, or deportation.
If your family member has been detained
Detention is difficult, regardless of the situation. If your family member has been detained they still have rights! Although it may seem as if your options are limited your actions can have a huge impact on the outcome of your relative’s case. If you have a relative that has been detained for immigration reasons, CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY! It is very important that you have an attorney to help you navigate the confusing and complex immigration and deportation system. Our immigration attorneys will be able to give you the proper advice to give your family the opportunity it deserves.