In America, there is a paradox of holding foreign criminals for crimes committed here while many who want to stay in America are facing deportation when they want to stay. Under the International Treaty Transfer Program, foreign citizens serving time for crimes committed in America may be deported home to their own countries before the sentence is completed.
For those who are being deported because they are not citizens of the United States, there are many legal avenues that can help prevent deportation. Immigration assistance is available to help those who are not citizens understand the options that they have when they’re being deported back to their home country. This assistance can help make navigating the application to stay a lot easier.