ATLANTA DEPORTATION DEFENSE LAWYERS
DEPORTATION & REMOVAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS
At Antonini & Cohen, we strongly recommend that any individual facing removal proceedings immediately seek representation from an experienced immigration attorney. Removal proceedings carry potentially profound and severe consequences if defended unsuccessfully. Families can be separated permanently. Family members raised in the US may be forced to leave with their deported spouse, parent or sibling for an unfamiliar country that they have no knowledge of. The deported foreign national may also be barred from ever returning to the US.
What is involved in deportation defense?
Removal proceedings require specialized knowledge of important court decisions in several different federal court systems along with the interpretation of immigration laws, statutes, regulations and policy. Learn more about deportation and how we can help by visiting the following pages:
The attorneys at Antonini and Cohen have been handling removal cases for the last two decades. We bring our wealth of deportation defense experience and knowledge along with personal concern to every removal case our office takes on.
If you need deportation defense from our experienced Atlanta deportation lawyers, contact us!
Kids In Need of Defense (KIND)
Kids In Need of Defense (KIND) staff and the pro bono attorney partners at Antonini & Cohen, as well as other law firms, corporations, and law schools nationwide, represent unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in their deportation proceedings. Together, we ensure no child stands in court alone.
“I had nothing but a great experience with Antonini & Cohen. When I was 18 years old, I made the mistake of committing a theft crime, this mistake came to haunt me during the immigration process and I faced deportation from the US, it was a difficult time for me and my family.When I made the call to Antonini & Cohen to handle my case, I knew that I was in good hands from my first consultation. Marshal and his team was extremely professional, knowledgeable and caring. They understood that sometimes, good people make mistakes. During the entire process I felt that I had someone by my side that cared about my case.
Last month, I received my Permanent Resident Status, thanks to Marshall and his incredible team.”
“I was denied a green card and my working permit was canceled too. It was a matter of time before my family collapsed and Marshall Cohen stood up and helped in the fight and my green card was approved.”
-Kornelio Nkwei, Deportation Defense
If you’re experiencing the threat of being deported from the United States, we understand how difficult the process can be. You may be scared or frustrated, and the legal process is complex. To help you, the Atlanta immigration attorneys at Antonini & Cohen have...
In light of the recent ICE operations in the Atlanta area, Antonini & Cohen offer some helpful tips. If ICE comes to the door:
- DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR unless ICE has a valid warrant. Ask if they have a warrant and to slide the warrant under the door. The warrant must be signed by a judge. Do not run. Call your attorney if you have one. If the warrant is valid, open the door, exit and close the door behind you to protect the other house residents. Do not resist arrest.
The unexpected election of Donald Trump shocked many Americans as well as those in the immigrant community. Those most vulnerable – unauthorized non-citizens who were brought to the U.S. as children – fear a rollback of President Obama’s DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program. While it is completely understandable to be anxious, pessimistic and worried about the new administration’s prospective moves on immigration, there is some basis for a degree of optimism.