Deportation

Appealing Your Deportation Order

If U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) decides you're in the United States illegally, you'll probably receive a notice of deportation. You might.... Read more

What Happens During the Deportation...

Deportation is the process of removing a non-citizen from the United States. It occurs either because an individual is in the country illegally, without the r.... Read more

Top Reasons You May Receive a Depor...

The government can use more than 50 reasons to order you out of the country. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can deport anyone who is not a U.S.... Read more

Deportation

Can Undocumented Immigrants Get Driver’s Licenses?

The ability to drive a car can be essential to many of the tasks of daily life - taking the kids to school, picking up groceries, going to the doctor and, perhaps most importantly, getting to work. ... Read more

Top Reasons You May Receive a Deportation Notice

The government can use more than 50 reasons to order you out of the country. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can deport anyone who is not a U.S. citizen, even those who are legal perman... Read more

What Happens During the Deportation Process?

Deportation is the process of removing a non-citizen from the United States. It occurs either because an individual is in the country illegally, without the required documentation, or because a non-ci... Read more

Returning to the U.S. After Deportation

U.S. deportation law is based on the Immigration and Nationality Act. If you violate this law by, for example, overstaying your visa or committing a serious crime, the United States may seek to deport... Read more

Non-Citizens Who Commit Crimes

Immigrants who commit crimes in the United States are subject to the same state and federal laws that American citizens are subject to. However, depending on the seriousness of the crime and the legal... Read more

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