Facing Immigration Proceedings in US Federal Court?
The Law Office of John R. Grasso aggressively defends its clients in removal/deportation proceedings before the federal courts. Federal immigration law DOES provide relief from removal and deportation in many instances. However, the facts and circumstances are different in every case. If you are facing a deportation or removal from the United States, then you need an experienced Rhode Island immigration and criminal defense attorney to advise you on your rights and remedies.
At the Rhode Island Law Offices of John R. Grasso, our team of attorneys and legal staff are well versed in United States immigration law and can help you determine the best course of action for your deportation or removal case. If you are facing deportation or removal proceedings in federal court, RI immigration lawyer John R. Grasso can help you navigate the legal process, ultimately resulting in a court ruling that will determine your legal status.
What Are the Consequences of a Federal Immigration Proceeding?
If you have been arrested and/or are facing deportation or removal proceedings in United States federal court, you are probably terrified, confused, and uncertain about the future of you and your family. You may be facing:
- Loss of your employment
- Separation from your family and loved ones
- A costly and time-consuming legal battle
- The confusion of the federal court system
- An inability to earn a livelihood to care for your family
Don’t try to battle the United States immigration process on your own. With the legal counsel of Rhode Island immigration lawyer John R. Grasso, you can be sure that your attorney has the experience and knowledge you need to successfully defend against your deportation or removal case.
Call the Law Offices of John R. Grasso today.
How Can a Rhode Island Immigration Lawyer Help Me?
If you have been hesitant to contact a Rhode Island deportation lawyer, don’t hesitate any longer. An Rhode Island immigration attorney can provide many benefits to their clients in a federal immigration proceeding.
Forms of relief include, but are not limited to: