There are twelve (12) principal types of immigration proceedings conducted by the Immigration Court: removal, deportation, bond redetermination, asylum, credible fear, exclusion, withholding, reasonable fear, claimed status review, NACARA-only, rescission, and continued detention review.
All the court proceedings involve an alien referred to as either a respondent or an applicant, whom the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has charged with violating the immigration laws of the United States.
MTZ Law Group represents clients before the Immigration Court to pleading their appropriate legal relief in order to cancel their removal from this country (commonly known as deportation). An immigration relief has its own burden of proof and requirements by law and some of them can be as follows:
- Adjustment of Status (in court).
- Defensive Asylum.
- Cancellation of removal proceedings part A for a Lawful permanent resident (LPR).
- Cancellation of removal proceedings part B for a Non Lawful permanent resident (no-LPR).
- 212 (i) Waivers for Fraud or willful misrepresentation.
- 212 (h) Waivers for criminal activity, aggravated felonies, and crimes involving moral turpitude.
- 212 (c) wavier (others)