Deportation Defense & Humanitarian Forms of Relief
If you or a loved-one have been served with a Notice to Appear and are required to present yourself before in immigration court, we know that this is probably one of the most stressful periods in your life. Attorneys Solow , Isbell, and Palladino have represented clients around the United States before many immigration courts and judges and understand that you need accessible, authoritative, and aggressive defense in order to maximize your chances to remain in the United States. We always provide our clients with realistic, honest advice in preparing for removal cases; but we are not afraid to try to solve our clients’ problems with novel or out-of-the-box solutions.
We have extensive experience in deportation and removal matters, such as asylum, withholding of removal, protection under the Convention Against Torture, Cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status, presenting cases for I-601 waivers for grounds of inadmissibility before immigration judges, and successfully presenting Motions to Reopen in absentia deportation/removal orders to immigration judges around the United States, and pursue other forms of relief available to individuals in deportation or removal proceedings. Likewise, if a loved one is currently detained, we are available to quickly arrange bond hearings for your loved ones, and we have been successful in achieving reasonable bonds for many detained clients enabling them to remain in the care and comfort of their own homes and families during removal proceedings instead of in DHS detention facilities.
If you have been in the United States for less than one year and you are afraid to return to your home country because you fear persecution, it is extremely important that you meet with a qualified immigration attorney as soon as possible so that you can timely file for asylum.