At Joseph & Hall P.C., our removal defense lawyers in Denver fight aggressively to protect the rights and interests of our clients. If you or your loved one received a Notice to Appear (NTA), we are ready to help. Getting a deportation notice is not necessarily the end. You may still have options available. Our legal team will take the time to explore every possible defense to deportation.
When an immigrant is deemed ineligible to be in the United States, they can be deported. The formal process of deportation is often referred to as removal. If you or your loved one is facing deportation in Denver, Colorado, you have the legal right to raise a defense. Some of the most common defense against removal include:
There are few things more stressful and frightening than facing removal from the United States. At this time, it is normal to feel overwhelmed and without options. This is where our law firm can help. Once you have received a Notice to Appear (NTA), you have a very limited amount of time to take action to protect your rights. One of the biggest mistakes that you can make is simply ignoring the notice and failing to take action. A deportation notice is not going to go away on its own. Our Denver removal defense lawyers will carefully review your case, answer your questions, explain your rights, and help you raise the most effective defense against deportation.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Colorado removal defense lawyers fight aggressively to protect our clients. We will help you assess and explore every option to avoid deportation. Do not give up on your case without speaking to an experienced attorney. For a fully confidential assessment of your case, please contact our Denver metro office. We represent clients in Denver and throughout the region.
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Effective March 25, 2020, in response to “Stay at Home” orders Joseph & Hall PC is closed to the public and is now conducting nearly all of its operations remotely during the COVID-19 health crisis through April 18th.
We continue to have a limited number of staff in our office to perform basic operations such as assembling and filing petitions, receiving and distributing mail and issuing checks. We are grateful to be in a business that is conducive to remote work and for all of your patience and support. Our lawyers and paralegals are here to answer the array of questions that continue to arise daily and will keep you informed during these rapidly changing times. We will hold telephonic or video meetings rather than in-person meetings. These meetings can be done by SKYPE or Zoom Conference call so that you can continue to interact with your legal team, face-to-face.
We remain committed to delivering outstanding client services. We do have one important request – please do not come into the office in person for your health and safety and that of our employees. Please mail or email all documents to our office. Also, you can make any required payments online at https://vpspay.com/p/3 or make them over the phone by calling 303-297-9171 or by mail. Please stay healthy!