Immigration Court

Have you received a Notice to Appear (NTA) from immigration court? A NTA means that the government has started the process of removing you from the United States.  This document also sets the place and date where you will have the first hearing, a Master Calendar Hearing. Going to court can be intimidating, but does not necessarily mean a bad outcome.


Before Your Immigration Court Hearing

Before you attend your hearing, you should have an experienced, reputable immigration attorney evaluate your case. At TNT Law, we can review your case to see if you qualify for any type of relief from removal. Relief from removal can come through a family based application, waiver of a criminal barrier to a green card, asylum, or cancellation of removal. Cancellation of removal is based almost exclusively on the discretion of the judge, but a number of factors go in to the judge’s decision. Again, an experienced immigration attorney can help you decide if cancellation of removal is a worthwhile path to pursue.

At TNT Law, we will look at all of your possible choices, ranging from voluntary departure (where you agree to leave the country by a specified date), up through a claim of citizenship. We will talk with you openly about your options and the likelihood of success. While we will recommend the course of action we think is best for you, you will make the final decision about what option to pursue. And we will diligently represent your interests at your hearing.

Currently, we are offering a free consultation to anyone with an NTA.  Call us if you are interested in hiring us or if you simply want a free second opinion!”

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