When someone is in the country illegally or past the point when they have been allowed to be in the country, they may be deported back to their home country. For those who have started families here or are escaping dangerous situations back in their own country being sent back may not feel like an option. These individuals who want to stay in the United States need legal help to do so.
In the past, NLPA has helped individuals trying to secure a stay in the United States. They have managed to secure this opportunity for clients who looked for legal help with immigration assistance. If you are afraid of being deported, it is important to find good legal help that you can use to help you secure more time in the United States.
If you are a foreign national who is stuck in the United States because you are serving out a sentence in the United States Justice system, there is a way that you can return to your home country to serve the rest of the sentence. Staying in the United States can be a problem because you are far from home and far from family. Luckily, there is a process to help you return home.
There is paperwork that must be submitted to your home country and to the United States before you can be returned to your home country. The deportation process can start with the submission of this paperwork which must be filled out fully and accurately. Only after this is submitted can any progress be made toward having you deported back home.
For some individuals, deportation is a word that brings fear of being forced to leave a better life that they have only just found. For others the prospect of deportation is one that they would welcome, since it would give them a chance to go home. Since 1996 foreign nationals serving time are able to be sent to their home country to finish out their sentence there.
This is a welcome gift for those who are missing loved ones that they have left behind in their homeland. If you are trying to get through this deportation process and return home, it is a good idea to trust professionals to help you with the paperwork that you must submit. With professional help you can more easily move through the process and return home.
There are many people in this country for whom deportation would be something that is unfortunate or unpleasant. For those who are foreign nationals serving time in a prison far from loved ones, deportation might be a preferable option. This would keep them from being stranded far away from their loved ones while they continued to serve time in a prison here.
Luckily for these individuals there is paperwork that they can fill out to receive early deportation back to their home country. The NLPA can help the attorney of these individuals file the right pieces of paperwork to help speed the deportation process and help people return to their home country. This can help these people have a more comfortable prison experience.
One of the good things that came out of the Anti-Terrorism Bill is an established procedure for helping a foreign national return to their home country before they complete a prison sentence here in the United States. Of course, the process for getting this to happen is not at all simple. There is a lot of paperwork that must be completed before a person is deported.
It is a good idea to get help when trying to negotiate the deportation process. NLPA can help you with the process by helping with all of the necessary paperwork. They can help send in an application to your own country and an application in this country to make the whole process goes more smoothly. This can mean you are able to return home before your sentence is even over.
If you are a foreign national who is serving time in a U.S. prison, you might be far from home. It is unlikely that you’ll be able to see your family like other prisoners because they’re not in the local area. Of course, there are steps that you can take to work on being deported back to your home country even before you have finished serving the entirety of your sentence.
There are many pieces of paperwork that need to be filled out to help you obtain deportation. There are specific procedures in place to get your home country and the United States to approve a transfer. NLPA can help you understand the deportation process and help you and your lawyer prepare all of the necessary documents to submit an application for deportation.
Has the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services lodged a Detainer Against You? Do you need help understanding the Deportation Process?
If, USCIS has lodged a detainer against you, this means that while you are serving your sentence you would not be eligible to serve your sentence at a federal prison camp. It also means that while serving your sentence you will not be eligible for furloughs to visit your family or to be placed in a halfway house placement which could normally get you out of prison much earlier than otherwise would be the case. Lastly, and probably most importantly, it also means that when you do complete the serving of your sentence you will be turned over to USCIS to be deported to your home country, or possibly another country of your choice.
On April 24, 1996, the Anti-Terrorism Bill was signed into law. One of the positive provisions of this bill is that it established for the first time a procedure that enables a foreign national who is serving a term of confinement to be able to be deported to his home country prior to the completion of his sentence of imprisonment.
There are specific procedures involved with applying to the Justice Department as well as your home country for the processing of the application for deportation. NLPA has great expertise in this area and we would be very happy to provide legal services assist your counsel in the preparation of the documentation that needs to be submitted to the Justice Department as well as your home country.
An additional option which may be available to you to be able to return to your home country before the completion of your sentence is to be transferred to your home country pursuant to a Transfer Treaty with the United States. If your home country is one of those listed in the Treaty, NLPA can assist in requesting an early deportation to your home country. Not only would we file an application pursuant to the revised provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act but we also would file an application for your early deportation pursuant to the Transfer Treaty with your country.
To obtain more information about the Immigration and Nationality Act, participating countries of the Transfer Treaty or the the Deportation Process, please contact NLPA today.