Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia Immigration Court
If you have been issued a Notice to Appear (NTA), it is important to understand your legal options for remaining in the country. Whether you have been singled out for overstaying a visa or for living in the U.S. without status, now that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) has recognized your case, you need reliable and informed legal counsel.
At Cape Immigration Law Group, PLLC, we understand the stress, fear and concern that can go along with a Notice to Appear before immigration court. It is important to understand that with effective and experienced counsel, you may be able to get back on a path that allows you to stay in the country or return to the country after you leave.
A Personal and Professional Approach to Your Case
Immigrants staying in the country without status or who have overstayed legal visas, face the potential for removal or deportation. Even if you have established a life in the United States, a stable profession and family relationships, a Notice to Appear can be a threat to everything you've built.
Our attorney takes an interest in preserving the life our clients have worked to create, and we offer a personal approach to every client. Our clients come from a broad spectrum of professions and needs, each with a personal story that we take the time to understand and work with.
It Is Important To Know What Your Options Are
Even if you are facing an immigration court hearing, we may be able to help you stay in the country. With more than a decade of practice dedicated solely to working with immigration issues, visas and citizenships, we have built a strong foundation of knowledge and success.
Schedule a Confidential Consultation
The longer you go without representation and counsel on an immigration court matter, the more difficult it can be to preserve your status in the country. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case with our lawyer and find out how we can help you build a strategy to protect or pursue your visa or citizenship opportunities.