Can I be deported?
Deportation is the process of removal (deportation) from the United States of a foreigner for failing to comply with the laws of the country. A person can be detained and deported if they: • Entered the country illegally. • Committed a crime or violated the laws of the United States. • Disobeyed immigration laws (did not obey permits or conditions to be in the country) and is wanted by immigration. • Is involved in criminal acts or poses a threat to public safety
If you are in the United States it is important that you know the laws regarding immigration. We can advise you.
At MGA Immigration Lawyer, you can request your legal advice for this and other immigration cases. Visit www.mgaimmigrationlawyer.com for more information!