Removal Defense

A removal or deportation proceeding is an Immigration Court hearing to determine whether or not a person will be removed from the United States. Immigration Court proceedings are begun by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which issues a Notice To Appear to the person.

If you have been issued a Notice to Appear, it is extremely important that you appear at the Immigration Court on the date and time that you are scheduled to appear. If you do not appear, the Immigration Judge may order you removed from the United States in absentia (without you being there).

Defense of removal proceedings is a complex area of law requiring a particularly skilled attorney and in-depth knowledge of Immigration Law. Ms. Kruger will explore all avenues of relief from removal with you to determine if any apply to you, including asylum, withholding of removal, relief under the Convention Against Torture, cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, and other forms of relief.

Ms. Kruger represents clients in all U.S. Immigration Courts and clients with inadmissibility issues from across Canada and around the world. Contact Ms. Kruger today for assistance with your immigration court matter.