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Be aware of what you are facing

- If you are deported, you are completely removed from the country and no longer have the right to live here

- Depending on the circumstances behind your deportation, after removal you may never be allowed to enter the country again

- Immigration and Customs Enforcement has the ability to detain you for as long as they feel necessary. Having an attorney can help you get out faster, so you can take the next steps

Things cannot change if people aren't determined to make them change. Though the laws are vague right now, there is no reason to feel defeated just because you are facing a deportation order. We will work together to protect you and your future.

 

In 1996, Congress passed a law that would deport almost every Lawful

Permanent Resident EVER convicted of almost any offense. Anything from shoplifting to driving while intoxicated might now be considered an aggravated felony, resulting in deportation.

 

Worse yet, under the law there is no right to appeal these deportation orders!

 

The law is simply unfair. As the wife of one of my clients put it: "So what is going to happen to us if they do deport my husband? Is the government going to support our children!"

 

Her husband had been convicted of DWI. It would not have mattered if the conviction was twenty years old. It would not matter if today he was the leader of an AA group. The new immigration law applies to any conviction ANY TIME! And it leaves no room for forgiveness.

 

I am fighting to change that law. I have appealed dozens of cases, fighting to change things. Recently I won one of these appeals. Although the INS has appealed the case to the Fifth Circuit, in the case of Santos v. Reno, H-99-0688 (S.D. Tex. 1999), U.S. District Judge David Hittner agreed with me that there is a right to appeal deportation orders, and that there is a need for some clarification in many cases.

 

If other attorneys have turned you down and told you that your case is hopeless, call me. If there is any possibility at all, I will fight for you.

 

Call attorney Salvador Colón at (281) 756-3003.

Or E-Mail me at alvinlaw@scolon.net

 

En 1996, El Congreso de los Estados Unidos aprobó una ley que deportaría a casi todos los Residentes Permanentes Legales que Hubiera sido convicto en casi cualquier ofensa. Desde hurtos menores hasta manejando bajo la influencia del alcohol, pueden ser considerados como causas agravantes, para la deportación.

 

Lo que es peor aun es que, bajo esta ley no hay derecho de apelación a estas ordenes de deportación.

 

Esta ley es simplemente Injusta. Como la esposa de uno de mis clientes dijo: "Que va a pasar si deportan a mi marido? El gobierno va a mantener a nuestros hijos..!"

 

Su esposo había sido convicto por manejar bajo influencia del Alcohol (DWI). Esto no seria de importancia pero el hecho es que esto sucedió hace mas de 20 años. y hoy en día su esposo es un líder de Grupo AA (Alcohólicos Anónimos).

 

La nueva ley de inmigración se aplica a cualquier convicción, sin importar la fecha en que se incurrió la falta.! Esta no deja espacio para el arrepentimiento.

 

Yo, estoy luchando para cambiar esa ley. Yo he apelado docenas de casos, peleando para que esa ley cambie. Recientemente gane uno de esos casos de apelación. En el caso de Santos v. Reno, H-99-0688 (S.D. Tex.1.999), El Juez de Distrito David Hittner, estuvo de acuerdo conmigo, en el punto de que si hay derecho a apelar ordenes de deportación, y que hay una necesidad de clarificar en algunos casos. En estos momentos el Inc., es quien esta tratando de apelar a la decisión del Juez.  

 

Si otros abogados le han dicho que no, y que el caso no tiene esperanza, llámeme . si hay alguna posibilidad, le aseguro que yo la peleare por usted.

 

Llame a  Salvador Colón al (713) 863-7909.

o escriba al correo electrónico scolon@scolon.net

 

Have you been detained or received a notice from the immigration court? Call us as soon as possible to build your defense.

Stand up for changes in deportation law with us.

Are you facing a deportation order?

The laws governing immigrants who are charged with criminal offenses are harsh. If you have been charged with any type of offense, even if it was many years ago, you could be detained and removed at any time. The law gives no room for forgiveness.

We believe you should have the right to appeal an order for deportation. Even if other lawyers have turned you away, call us. We will fight for you, your family and your future.

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