Deportation Lawyer Defending Your Right To Stay in America
“Removal” is the legal term used by the US Customs and Immigration Enforcement agency (ICE) to describe deportation proceedings. Hiring a deportation lawyer is the important first step to defend against deportation.
At the San Antonio law firm of Gireud | Hobbs, PLLC, our Texas deportation lawyer understands the fear that comes when you or a loved one is being detained at an ICE detention facility. Families may not even know where their loved one is, as ICE moves detainees from place to place without warning.
We help people detained at all facilities in South Texas, including:
- South Texas Detention Facility in Pearsall, TX
- T. Don Hutto Resident Center in Taylor, TX
- Contract Detention Facility (CCA) and Rio Grande Detention Center in Laredo, TX
- Port Isabel Service Processing Center in Los Fresnos, TX
We make it possible for detainees to make collect calls so they can stay connected with their families. We provide assistance in locating family members in detention. Our goal is to get our client bonded out so they can fight their removal from the country from the comfort and security of their home and family.
If a friend or loved one has been detained by authorities and is facing deportation, get help as soon as possible. Call (210) 702-2168 to talk to a knowledgeable, caring deportation defense lawyer at Gireud | Hobbs, PLLC.
We Are Passionate About Immigration Law
Our principal immigration attorney, Fernando D. Gireud, is passionate about immigration law and helping people facing detention, removal and immigration problems resulting from a criminal charge. Our firm also handles asylum applications, problems resulting from overstaying a visa, and family and work visas.
What Our Lawyers Can Do to Fight Detention and Removal
If you were detained because of a past criminal conviction, our attorneys will investigate the criminal case to see if the conviction was appropriate. For example, if you pled guilty to a crime you didn’t commit because you received bad legal advice or had inadequate legal representation, we may be able to reopen your case.
If your removal would create extreme hardship for your family, we can petition to waive the 10-year reentry ban. The details of this procedure are very specific, so it is best to consult our immigration attorneys to determine your eligibility.
We can also file a request for a stay of removal from the Board of Immigration Appeals. Again, the circumstances under which this is possible are very specific. We would need to review your case to determine your eligibility.