Immigration Court

Have you or a loved one been served with a Notice to Appear? My Orlando Immigration Lawyer serves Orlando and Central Florida cases and can help you overcome deportation, removal proceedings, and other serious immigration notices.

What Is a Notice to Appear?

A Notice to Appear (an “NTA”), is an official document that triggers the initiation of removal proceedings against you.

If you received an NTA, you must appear in Immigration Court where you will have to either admit or deny the charges against you.

What Should You Do With the NTA?

When you receive the NTA, you must review it carefully. Are there any mistakes on the NTA? Do you understand the allegations against you?

You must have a deep understanding of the NTA in order to apply for immigration relief. My Orlando Immigration Lawyer serves Orlando and Central Florida cases. We can help you thoroughly understand the NTA and advise you on your deportation defense in immigration court.

Nature of Proceedings

Three types of different statements will appear on your NTA, but only one box will be checked off.

  1. You are an arriving alien.
  2. You are an alien present in the U.S., who has not been admitted or paroled.
  3. You have been admitted to the U.S., but are removable for the reasons stated below.

Are there any mistakes in the choice of the nature of proceedings? My Orlando Immigration Lawyer serves Orlando and Central Florida cases and can help you seek waivers so you can remain in the United States.

Factual Allegations

The NTA will also describe the factual allegations against you. Let’s take a look at some possible allegations:

  1. You are not a U.S. citizen or a national of the United States;
  2. You are a native and citizen of your home country;
  3. You entered the U.S. but your entry was unauthorized;
  4. The alleged reason(s) describing the reasons you are removable.

Are there any mistakes in the factual allegations? My Orlando Immigration Lawyer serves Orlando and Central Florida cases and can help you avoid deportation so you can remain in the United States.

Let us help you fight this battle. We have over 18 years of legal experience in immigration court and can advise you on your immigration options to overcome deportation or removal proceedings.

Contact Orlando Immigration Lawyer Gail Seeram at the Law Offices of Gail Seeram at +1 (407) 292-7730 for a free initial consultation of your immigration case.