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Immigration Removal Defense in Denver and Aurora Immigration Court

Immigration Removal Defense in Denver and Aurora Immigration Court is a different world from USCIS, US Embassies and ICE Detention Centers

Immigration Removal Defense in Denver and Aurora Immigration Court can have years of delays to bring a case to trial. When you receive your Notice To Appear (NTA) you will have a limited amount of time to defend yourself and give the court a reason why you should be able to stay in the US. You will soon realize that most of the immigration judges, as well as many US DHS”s immigration attorneys are not concerned with your Constitutional guarantees of due process. They are usually angry, impatient and overworked. The DHS attorneys who are in charge of deporting you have a difficult time resolving your case outside court because they have thousands of cases to deal with. At your Master Calendar Hearing your will have to raise all of your objections and defenses to US DHS’s charges against you, or be forever banned.

The good thing about immigration court is that you will have an opportunity to raise issues of Constitutional Protections, including the 5th Amendment’s Due Process clause before an immigration judge who will decide your matter once and for all. In our opinion, the “normal” process of US ICE detention and immigration court routinely violates the 5th Amendment. You may receive a denial from an immigration judge today, and have that decision overturned on appeal because they determine ICE or the Immigration Judge violated the protections afforded in the 5th Amendment. If you are facing immigration court you will need to hire the best immigration attorney you can find because it will be your only chance to get the relief available to you from the immigration judge. This relief will usually be political asylum, adjustment of status, cancellation of removal or voluntary departure.

Here is an example of the typical set of services that we will provide for representing an detained immigrant in immigration court:

  1. Contact Immigrant in US  ICE custody and discuss facts and issues of case;
  2. Review law and procedures for immigration court and US ICE custody;
  3. Prepare request to be released from ICE custody  based on the facts that the immigrant is not a flight risk and not a threat to the community;
  4. Request that immigrant be released on own recognizance from US ICE;
  5. Accompany Immigrant to ICE office and assist in processing custody and release;
  6. If necessary, prepare bond request for immigration court;
  7. Attend bond hearing (s) in immigration court;
  8. Present evidence that immigrant is not a flight risk or a threat to the community – maybe argue that immigrant is not subject to mandatory detention because criminal conviction is not an aggravated felony;
  9. Review and revise documents showing continuous residence, good moral character, good faith marriage and exceptional extremely unusual hardship to spouse and children;
  10. Consult with psychologists for psych evaluation showing US Citizen qualifying relative will suffer and extreme and unusual hardship if the immigrant spouse is removed from the United States;
  11. Obtain medical and psychological records for qualifying US Citizen Spouse or Parent;
  12. Prepare sample sworn affidavits for Immigrant and Spouse, and assist in preparing their sworn statement of hardship and good moral character;
  13. Prepare country conditions report on Immigrant’s hometown;
  14. Assist in preparing affidavits from employer, family and friends (10) in support of the Immigrant;
  15. Prepare Immigration Court or USCIS applications for Immigrant;
  16. Draft legal memo for Immigration Court;
  17. Prepare witnesses to testify in court;
  18. Meet before immigration court to prepare you for hearing;
  19. Attend your hearing in immigration court; and
  20. After the immigration court hearing we will review the decisions and thereafter discuss the decisions and next steps with you.

If you have a similar situation we can help. We can assess your situation in our $87 15 minute telephone consultation and usually quote you a fixed fee range. We work with families who have cases ongoing with other firms and we simply take over the case and get it back on track. Or we can review your documents and advise you on how best to proceed. All of our work comes with the Integrity Refund and Performance Guarantee.



Click here for our Personal Immigration Questionnaire Form  or our Professional Immigration Questionnaire Form to complete and upload to me on our payment portal. This helps me give you the best advice on your immigration matter. So schedule yourself for your $87 15 minute telephone or zoom consultation today with a Denver Immigration Attorney. Our Denver office is located at 1624 Market Street, Suite 202, Denver, Colorado 80202 our offices are easily reached via the free Mall Ride. Our Denver office is accessible from I-25, I-70, Aurora, Lakewood, Arvada, Commerce City, the Denver Tech Center, Westminster, and Thornton.

I also train new immigration attorneys.

Thank you for your interest in our firm. Mark C. Daly

Call or email now for a $87 15 minute immigration consultation or a $350 1 hour consultation with Mark C. Daly, a licensed immigration attorney with over 25 years of experience in immigration law.

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    Denver, Colorado 80202
    Phone: 303-481-3494
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