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Our Thoughts on Accepting Deportation Cases

While in my final year of law school, I worked voluntarily on a deportation defense case with the Legal Aid Foundation Office in Chicago. Our client had been charged with numerous petty crimes and one more serious crime. The Government had proven our client could be sent back to his home country, which was in the midst of a civil war. Our job was to prove that he deserved a second chance, that he should be allowed to keep his green card, and that he should not be sent back to a country where members of his ethnic group continued to suffer persecution. We felt that our client’s fate should not be sealed just because of a few bad decisions he made as a young man. We won. The judge granted the relief we sought, and a family was able to stay together here in the United States.

We have practiced solely in the area of United States immigration law since November, 1994. We enjoy digging our hands into the cases we take on. Sometimes our fight is as simple as contesting the Government’s charges. Sometimes it is to save our clients from oppressive regimes back home. At other times we have had to provide that last line of defense by presenting our clients’ cases zealously on appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals or the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.

The bottom line is that we take pride in our work and will take a personal interest in your case. We realize how important these matters are to you.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us through our online consultation form, or phone us directly at 312-588-0466.

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