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Have you received a subpoena from the immigration Court or Tribunal?



If you or a family member are in deportation proceedings has the right and the opportunity to seek protection under various immigration benefits in Immigration Court.


Examples: Political Asylum or Adjustment of Status based on a resident or citizen, Cancellation of Removal and other benefits depending on the case and circumstances Family.


If the court decides that you qualify for permanent residence based on the arguments of his lawyer and the protections of benefits listed abroad will not be deported and will receive permanent resident of the United States

In our immigration office we represent clients in the Immigration courts or tribunals  in Los Angeles, Otay Mesa, San Diego.


In exceptional cases personally we represent clients in Immigration Court in Las Vegas Nevada, Eloy and Arizona.

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

LOS ANGELES,  IMMIGRATION COURT  REPRESENTATION

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