New York Lawyer Can Help You Fight Removal And Deportation

If you have been in the United States for some time and now face the threat of removal (deportation), this is naturally frightening. You may have family here. You may have bought a house or established a life. You may be at risk of deportation for one or more of the following reasons:

  • You entered the United States improperly to begin with. You do not have the documentation you need to stay with legal status.
  • You arrived with a valid family-based visa, student visa or work visa and it has expired.
  • You have been charged with a crime or convicted of a crime. Your visa or green card is at risk — and you are at risk of deportation.

Attorney Dena Ghobashy Can Meet You Or Your Loved One In Detention To Explain Options Or Open Your Case

Whatever your circumstances, an immigration lawyer can be your most important advocate and advisor. You may be eligible for cancellation of removal (deportation) if you meet certain criteria. Perhaps you are planning to marry an American citizen and need advice on the timing and procedures for petitioning for a change of status and removal of a deportation order. Perhaps you believe you were improperly convicted of fraud or a drug crime. Is it possible to reopen your criminal case and pursue a different outcome? Ask an attorney to help determine what your options are.

The Law Office of Dena Ghobashy, PLLC, in Dutchess County, New York, can help with all facets of your case: analysis, application, documentation and deportation defense by any method appropriate to your circumstances.

Services include:

  • Removal proceedings
  • Waivers
  • Asylum
  • Cancellation of removal
  • Stay of removal
  • Special immigrant juvenile petitions ("SIJ")

The Law Office Of Dena Ghobashy, PLLC, Can Help With Your Asylum Pursuit

Are you seeking asylum because of conditions in your home country? Perhaps you need certification of temporary protected status as a citizen of Syria or Somalia. Perhaps you already have temporary protected status and now desire a more secure status. Immigration lawyer Dena Ghobashy can advise you on the best path forward.

We're Here to Help. Get Ready Now.

You may have lived in the United States as a young person for many years, but lack documentation because your parents brought you across the border without authorization. Or you may be the mother or father of a U.S. citizen, but lack your own immigration status. In either case, you no doubt realize you are at risk of deportation. You want to take advantage of deferred action programs enacted or proposed by President Obama. Attorney Dena Ghobashy can explain your opportunities and help you prepare to apply when the time is right. Call 845-432-5707 or send an email to schedule a consultation.