We Will Do Everything We Can To Help You Stay In The U.S.

Deportation can be worse than a jail sentence. At the Law Office of Valdez & Monárrez, we understand the horror that families go through when deportation separates a person from their loved ones and everything he or she knows and sends that person somewhere unfamiliar and potentially dangerous.

We are here to help. We will help you understand your rights, the current laws and what you can expect to happen during the removal proceedings or deportation appeals process. You may face deportation if:

  • You have been convicted of a crime. If you are not a U.S. citizen, you could be deported for drug possession or drunk driving, as well as more serious crimes.
  • Your visa has expired.
  • You do not have a visa or other documentation that allows you to be in the country legally.

We will explore all possible defenses to deportation, including possibilities for asylum and appeals of the decision. If you have legal options, we will fight to keep you in the country.

Talk To A Lawyer As Soon As You Can

As soon as you realize you or a family member is in danger of being deported, you should talk to a deportation defense attorney. U.S. immigration law and enforcement policies are constantly changing. It is important to have a lawyer who understands the current laws to fight for your rights.

Learn About Your Rights At A Free Consultation

There is no charge for your first consultation with one of our lawyers. To learn about your rights and options, call us at 866-582-2754. You can also send us an email and we will respond promptly. We have offices in McAllen, Brownsville and Houston, Texas.

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