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Removal Proceedings in Seattle, WA

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Often, non-U.S. citizens are placed in Removal Proceedings, a legal term referring to the legal process of removing or deporting the respondent from the United States due to various issues such as overstaying an approved visa, violations, criminal convictions, and other legal issues.

The Immigration Courts are presided by Immigration Judges (IJ’s) who hear all removal cases and make the ultimate decision whether to allow the respondent to remain in the U.S. legally, remove the respondent by order of deportation, or to grant the respondent a chance to depart voluntarily. Immigration Relief is a term referred to in the U.S. Immigration Courts that allows a non-U.S. citizen to remain in the United States.

Removal is the process by which Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security attempts to remove non-citizens from the United States.

Who is placed into removal proceedings?
USCIS initiates removal proceedings against many types of non-citizens, including:

The respondent must have the opportunity to defend in his case, present evidence and testimony, and examine the evidence against him. The evidence against the respondent must have been obtained in a proper and legal way.

Contact the Law Offices of Konteh & Associates, PC for more information about removal proceedings or a specific case you need help with.