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Deportation or Removal

What is Deportation or Removal?

If you or a family member who is not a citizen or permanent resident and is undocumented in the United States may be placed in deportation proceedings. In the last year more than 360,000 foreigners were deported in a formal process of removal from the United States.

Regardless of your immigration status do not try to fight alone against deportation. The Government of the United States can use more than 50 reasons to take out or ask to be deported outside the United States. The reasons may constitute immigration violations, convictions of one or more felonies (Felonies) or misdemeanor (Misdemeanors). The most common cause is the entrance erratically (undocumented) to the United States.

Remember that there are several possible defenses against deportation. The defense against deportation is complicated and requires the help of a licensed and experienced immigration attorney. Our offices Paniotto Law in the city of Los Angeles have over 16 years of experie…
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DEFENSA DE DEPORTACIÓN/EXPULSIÓN POR ICE

Si usted o un familiar que no es ciudadano o residente permanente y esta indocumentado en Los Estados Unidos puede ser puesto en proceso de deportación. En el último año más de 360,000 extranjeros fueron deportados en un proceso formal de remoción de Los Estados Unidos.

Independientemente de su estado Migratorio no trate de luchar solo contra la deportación. El Gobierno de los Estados Unidos Puede utilizar más de 50 razones para pedir que lo saquen o deporten fuera de Los Estados Unidos. Las razones se pueden constituir en violaciones migratorias, condenas de uno o más delitos mayores (Felonies) o falta menor (Misdemeanors). La causa más frecuente es la entrada de manera irregular(indocumentado) a Los Estados Unidos.

Recuerde que existen varias posibilidades de defensas contra la deportación. La defensa contra la deportación es complicada y se requiere de la ayuda de un abogado autorizado y con experiencia de inmigración. En Nuestras oficinas de Paniotto Law en la ciudad de Los Ángel…

How to Get a Green Card through Employment

How to Get a Green Card through Employment
 Green Card through Employment

 One of the fastest and best ways to obtain a Green Card is through a petition by a prospective employer through Labor Certification. Under Permanent system Certification.
The employer must be ready to file Petition for Immigrant Worker

There are two necessary requirements to the Labor Certification process.

The prospective employee must be a skilled or unskilled worker with work experience depending on the position being offered.
The prospective employer must be able to demonstrate to the USCIS that he can afford to pay to the immigrant employee the "prevailing wage" for the immigrant's job position. However, the employer need not be a large company. Even a small company, a sole proprietorship, can petition an employee.
For more information call us to make an appointment

It is extremely important to look at an Immigration Attorney.
Make an appointment call us (213)534-6622 for a  free consultation.

How to Get a Work Permit in California?

How to Get a Work Permit in California?

ASYLUM TO GET A WORK PERMIT

Don't file asylum just to get an employment authorization - hundreds of thousands of central Americans and others filed hundreds of thousands fake asylum applications in the 1980s and 1990s and even a few years back because they were told by asylum preparers that they would get a work permit. Happy to get an opportunity to work legally rather than for cash, these asylum applicants signed hundreds of thousands of fraudulent asylum applications without even reading or/and understanding what asylum meant. Many of these asylum applicants did get their work permits and for many years were enjoying the temporary period of relative peace and well-being until finally they started getting their asylum interview notices. In the past few years tens of thousands of these asylum applicants have been called for their asylum interviews and unless they qualified for NACARA, they were referred to immigration court for removal proce…

HOW CAN I PREPARE FOR MY ASYLUM INTERVIEW?

MY ASYLUM HAS BEEN FILED RECENTLY AND I AM WAITING FOR AN INTERVIEW - HOW CAN I PREPARE FOR MY ASYLUM INTERVIEW?

The first thing to remember is that you are going to be interviewed by asylum officer at 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 Los Angeles Asylum office based on your asylum application and the interview is more likely than not will be conducted in the form of interrogation. You have to know and remember what's contained in your asylum application and you have to be able to clearly explain why you are seeking asylum in the United States through your interpreter to the asylum officer.

What is the format of asylum interview?
Some asylum applicants compared asylum officers to Nazi interrogators from the world war II movies that used extreme psychological pressure and emotional abuse to force a confession. We disagree with such comparison because the asylum officers unlike their Nazi counterparts decades ago

1) are not allowed to use torture; 2) are far more benign th…

ABOGADOS DE IMIGRACION

Nuestro abogado de inmigración Dmitry Paniotto representa a inmigrantes en los tribunales de inmigración en Los Angeles California, así como también en centro de detención de inmigración en Mcallen Texas, Laredo, El Paso, Otay Mesa, San Diego, de igual manera ofrecemos nuestros servicios a Inmigrantes indocumentados sujetos a arrestos, detenciones, y deportación por el departamento de inmigración (ICE).


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Crimes and Deportation

Crimes and Deportation in the U.S

 For those who've lived in the U.S. sin documentos or had a greencard/permanent residency and have criminal record:
If you already have a greencard and are a permanent resident of the U.S. but you had problems with the law, you may be deported from the United States.  There is a long list of criminal offenses leading to deporation - the most common of those offenses are domestic violence / violence against spouse or child, sexual abuse of a minor, drug use and trafficking, major fraud, theft, robbery, bank fraud, credit card fraud, welfare fraud , medicare/medical fraud, insurance fraud,  gang-related crimes, and other crimes.

Usually, if you were accused of crime leading to deportation/removal, you will be placed under "immigration hold" (which means you can not be bailed out of jail).  This normally happens to undocumented immigrant, but permanent residents can be subject to immigration hold too. It is very important to hire a qualified …