Don’t Go To Your Deportation Hearing Alone
POR EL MOMENTO: La oficina de Robert Coughlon no está tomando casos de deportación, asilo, y casos de personas detenidas. Sí estamos tomando casos de ajuste de estatus y ciudadanía.
If you or a family member are facing deportation, you need an experienced immigration lawyer to defend you and fight the deportation order.
Robert has 20 years’ experience practicing immigration law in courts all over the country. He frequently represents clients in the Phoenix, Eloy, and Florence immigration courts. He knows the law and the local procedures for immigration matters. Don’t go to court alone. Have an experienced immigration lawyer by your side.
If the government is trying to deport you, Robert can fight for you to stay in the United States with your family.
Know Your Options Before You Go To Court
If you are undocumented, you may be eligible to obtain your lawful permanent residency. You might be eligible to apply for Adjustment of Status through a family member, or you might be eligible for Cancellation of Removal (a type of “pardon” for people who have lived in the United States for at least 10 years and have a spouse, parent or child who is a lawful permanent resident or United States citizen).
If you are already a lawful permanent resident but have committed a crime, the government might try to deport you. Robert has fought for many people in this situation over the years, and won many cases.
If your family member is detained by ICE at the Eloy or Florence detention center, Robert can fight for them to be released on bond, or “fianza.”
The Skilled Representation You Need At A Difficult Time
Robert has 20 years’ experience practicing immigration law in courts across the United States. He most frequently represents clients in immigration courts in Phoenix, Eloy and Florence, Arizona. However, he has also represented clients throughout the United States.
If you are facing an immigration issue, do not delay. Call 602-903-2371 and get our experienced immigration attorney to protect your rights.