Majority of removal proceeding to determine the deportability or inadmissibility of an alien is commenced by the filing of a notice to appear (NTA) with the immigration court. NTA is the charging document that signals the initiation of removal proceedings against you. If you receive an NTA, it means that you must appear in Immigration Court on the date specified or at a date to be determined in the future.
If the judge determines that you can be removed according to the information in the NTA, you can apply for relief from removal.
There are several types of relief from removal that will allow you to stay in the US. Some of the most common are:
- Cancellation of Removal
- Adjustment of Status
- Asylum and Withholding of Removal
- The removal process is a serious one, and you should know that there are options available. Hiring a reliable immigration lawyer is the best way to handle the removal process.
- To schedule a consultation please call (718) 596-8888.