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New Bern Deportation Defense Attorneys

Working to Keep Families Together

Are you facing removal proceedings? Every year, thousands of families are impacted by the devastating effects of deportation. The threat of deportation from the United States can be extremely overwhelming and you might be wondering how to proceed.

If you are facing possible deportation, it is vital that you get an immigration attorney involved right away. At The E.A. Wood Law Firm, we are passionate about keeping families together. Our deportation defense attorneys in New Bern can assess your situation, explain your options, and help you choose the right path forward.

Do not hesitate to contact us online or at (800) 611-0821. Our deportation law firm serves clients in Craven County and throughout the country.

Common Deportation Reasons

Day in and day out, upstanding people are served with removal proceedings that threaten the lives they have worked hard to build in the U.S.

Common reasons for deportation from the U.S. include:

  • Conviction of a criminal offense
  • Unlawful entry into the U.S.
  • Overstaying a visa
  • Working without a permit
  • Status violations

Finding out that you face deportation can be devastating – you probably have a lot of questions, fears, and concerns. Remember that the quality of the legal representation you retain can have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. Choose a law firm that you can count on.

Possible Defenses Against Deportation from the US

When handling a deportation case, our New Bern deportation defense attorneys take the time to thoroughly investigate your situation and to get to know you personally. This allows us to better tailor our representation to your unique case and to build an effective defense strategy.

We may be able to help you avoid deportation by:

  • Filing an appeal for deportation
  • Seeking cancellation of the removal order
  • Requesting asylum

Depending on the circumstances of your situation, one of these avenues might be better suited than another. With our help, you can find peace of mind knowing that you are heading down the right path. We are ready to fight for your family.

Deportation matters require urgent action. Call the E.A. Wood Law Firm at (800) 611-0821 to request deportation defense services.

Hear From Our Previous Clients

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    “estoy muy agradecida y satisfecha con su trabajo gracias. las abogadas son excelentes las mejores trabajan duro para ayudarte me isieron mi sueño realidad. Dios las bendiga Isa 🙏 y Elizabeth. I am ...”

    - Emma Hidalgo Lome
  • Thank you again for all you have done to make our dreams come true.

    “Thank you for taking our case. We were denied the green card. Then we went on the internet and we found your website. We knew we had the right lawyer. You were very professional in getting all our ...”

    - Jim and Maria Locklair
  • They are so helpful they made my process easy and stress free!

    “They are so helpful they made my process easy and stress free!”

    - Ada Rojas
  • “I can write a novel concerning our experience, but I will keep it short. If you are involved with the immigration process and require assistance, then this is the law firm for you. My wife has been ...”

    - Estefany Eing
  • Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value

    “They do amazing work. Isa’s work ethic is something to admire. Highly recommended. Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value”

    - Ivan Coroan
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Real People, Real Results

  • Permanent Residence Card Obtained Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals to Lawful Permanent Resident to Citizenship

    One of our DACA clients later applied and received his lawful permanent residence card and just recently became a U.S. Citizen.

  • Extension of E2 Visa Approved Employment Visas

    A manufacturer in Eastern North Carolina needed help with one of their key employees from Germany. They required an extension of their E2 visa.

  • Removal Proceedings Terminated Removal Proceedings

    Judge agreed with our opinion and terminated her removal proceedings. This allowed us to apply for her lawful permanent residence card. We are happy to report that she received her card in January 2019.

  • Permanent Residence Card Obtained Violence Against Women Act

    We were able to assist him in getting his lawful permanent residence card and in 5 years he will be able to apply for citizenship.

  • Obtained Citizenship Naturalization

    We worked with the client to improve their reading and writing in English. After several months they were able to re-take the civics test and passed.

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