Deported from the United States
On many occasions those who have been deported from the United States have alternatives to return legally to this country. Logically, there will be legal impediments that need to be overcome, but there are legal instruments that you can use effectively with our advice.
Deportees in General
Many people who have been deported from the United States want to find a way to legally return to this country. There are basically two types of cases:
- People who believe they have been wrongfully deported, or who were deported without receiving notice that they should appear at their hearing, and who want to file an application with the Immigration Court to seek to vacate the deportation order and get back to the United States to continue defending their case.
- People who want to apply for a new visa at the U.S. Embassy in Colombia and who seek to overcome the legal impediments created by the deportation order through a waiver request.
Reopening for deportees
If the Immigration Court filed a deportation proceeding against you without your knowledge of it and that took place before Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents detained you deport you from the United States, immigration law allows you to make a motion to reopen even though you were physically deported to your country.
Waiver Request | Immigration Waiver
If the Embassy has concluded that you are inadmissible for having been deported, and has given you the opportunity to file a waiver, we invite you to consult your case with our immigration attorneys who have extensive experience in these processes.
At DUQUE IMMIGRATION LAW, PLLC, we will help you to prepare the required documents and show you the tools available, including a waiver, to make it possible for you to legally re-enter the United States.