Immigration Court Hearing

Do you have a Hearing scheduled at a Los Angeles Immigration Court?

Do you want to stay in the United States and fight your deportation order?

Do you know that more than 75% of people who are not represented in an Immigration court by a good lawyer in immigration court are deported, while the majority of people who have good legal representation manage to stay in the United States? United?

Important Information you need to know about the Deportation Process

If the government has started a deportation process against you, you face losing everything you have earned in the United States, including your home, business, and especially the possibility of being with your family.

Here are some important facts you should know:

You can be detained by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement service, the Immigration Custody agency (ICE) for extended periods without bond.

You have the right to an attorney. However, unlike in a criminal case, the court will not provide an attorney to defend you. This means that if you want legal representation, you have to choose it and pay your fees.

If you do not appear at your hearing in immigration court, you could be deported in your absence. In other words, you do not have to be present before the judge to have your deportation ordered when you do not come to your hearing.

Even if you are in the United States without legal status, that does not mean you have to be deported. There are several cases under which you can appeal to appeal your deportation.

Not all immigration attorneys are competent to represent you in immigration court. It is advisable that you hire an attorney who is experienced in defending people in deportation proceedings and who has a successful track record in immigration court.


If you are in deportation proceedings, you need an experienced immigration attorney who understands the complexities of immigration law and who has experience representing clients in immigration court.

Once you hire our services, an attorney will accompany you to each hearing and speak for you before the immigration judge. We will help you prepare the best defense for your case.

Key to being successful in immigration court is having an attorney that is experienced in deportation proceedings. This process is extremely complicated, so it is essential to know every detail of the procedural laws. Every little detail counts and one mistake, however small, can be the difference between winning or losing your case. It is essential to hire a lawyer who knows the process and the expectations of each judge well and who has enough experience representing clients in this type of process.

If you already have a deportation order against you, our attorneys can help you reopen your case so you can file a deportation appeal with the immigration court. Call us today at 818-506-0070 to consider how we can help you fight your deportation case so you can stay in the United States with your family.

If you have additional questions or need more information call us today at (818)506-0070 Free consultation with an Immigration Lawyer. Also, we offer payment plans.