Act Quickly If You Or A Loved One Faces Deportation

There are several reasons an individual may be at risk of deportation or face imminent deportation. If you or a loved one has been arrested for a crime, if you have overstayed your visa, if you have entered the United States illegally, or if you have violated the terms of your visa, you may have received a Notice to Appear. The notice contains the allegations and legal charge of removability or inadmissibility.

A Notice to Appear is a document that starts the deportation or removal proceeding. If you have been served with one, you need to contact an attorney immediately. You have rights to retain counsel, present and examine evidence and witnesses, and the right to appeal the court decision. Attorney Mary L. Field can build a solid case for your defense. She can challenge your removability and argue for relief from removability based on evidence of several factors, including:

  • Length of residence
  • Family ties
  • Employment history
  • History of prior immigration violations
  • Moral character
  • Rehabilitation after criminal conviction
  • Asylum from future persecution based on past persecution in your home country

Call us at 630-296-5070 , or contact us online to schedule a time to discuss your needs and your options in defense.

Evaluating Appeals Cases In The Greater Chicago Area

With offices in Oak Brook and Gurnee, we help clients throughout Illinois understand their rights to appeal deportation or removal. Even if your petition for a visa has initially been denied, we may be able to help you.

Ms. Field has been handling immigration cases in Illinois since 1997, and she has owned our firm since 2002. We devote our legal services to immigration issues exclusively, and Ms. Field handles every case personally. Our conversation with you begins by examining the root of your immigration problem and what has caused it. We look at the evidence for and against your case, and Ms. Field will assess whether United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or Homeland Security has valid grounds to deport or remove you from the U.S.

We help clients whose immigration status is in jeopardy because of criminal activity or conviction, and those who have overstayed their visas or have committed other visa term violations, including people with student visas and visitor visas. We also help clients who have been jailed by negotiating bond fees and the terms of bonds.

Contact Us Today To Schedule A Consultation

Ms. Field provides telephone consultations at 630-296-5070. You may also contact us online. Ms. Field is available to discuss your options along with our reasonable legal rates and payment plans. Flat fees are available for select services.