If an immigrant has been detained by ICE or has an ICE hold, they will likely have to appear before an immigration judge while in custody. The first issue to be determined is whether the immigrant is eligible to request an Immigration Bond. If not, the immigrant will remain in detention and fight their case in detention. The one benefit to a detention case is they are usually completed within a couple of months, and Houston Immigration Attorney Brian Rhodes does everything possible to make sure our clients are not detained longer than necessary. The obvious downside is that the immigrant remains detained until the completion of the court process. If successful however, the immigrant will be released with legal status in the U.S.
Houston Immigration Attorney Brian Rhodes has years of experience representing detained individuals. Upon completion of this visit and consultation the immigrant will be aware of their Immigration Bond eligibility and what relief they can request in order to stay in the U.S. Contact us now for a consultation and see how we can help you.
If you are already in Immigration Court but don’t have an Immigration Attorney to assist with your representation, contact Houston Immigration Attorney Brian Rhodes for a consultation and review of your case. Attorney Rhodes has years of experience and has represented many clients before the Immigration Courts of the U.S. During your consultation, you will be advised of the process and all forms of relief you are eligible for. Attorney Rhodes personally handles every aspect of your case, and has years of courtroom experience to effectively argue on your behalf. Contact us now for a consultation.
Below is a list of Applications for Relief which can be requested during deportation proceedings, however sometimes there may be relief that can only be filed outside of court such as with ICE or USCIS. It is important to consult an experienced Houston Immigration Attorney in order to determine the best course of action for someone in deportation proceedings. Some applications have filing deadlines and some allow for work authorization while others do not. Houston Immigration Attorney Brian Rhodes has experience filing the following applications in immigration court: