Are You at Risk of Deportation?

Every day you live in the U.S. illegally is another day you have to live with worry. If you or family members have:

  • Been visited by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer
  • Been told to appear before an immigration judge
  • Been investigated for a crime
  • Been convicted of a crime

You need to speak to a deportation defense attorney now. Even if you haven't experienced one of these events, you should take steps now to avoid deportation in the future.

Criminal charges and deportation often go hand-in-hand. If you plead guilty and accept a plea deal, or are found guilty after trial — even for a minor crime — the United States may deport you.

At Cooper Law Firm, our lawyers will fight to keep you in the country. We do everything in our power to stop deportation. Located in Silver Spring, Maryland, we serve clients throughout the Washington, D.C., area.

We Will Help You Stay in the Country

If you are at risk of deportation, you need an attorney now. Do not try to represent yourself — there is too much at stake.

Our attorneys are skilled in removal defense. Depending on your circumstances, there are a variety of deportation defense options available, including:

  • Adjustment of status from nonimmigrant to immigrant
  • Cancellation of deportation
  • Asylum, protection under the United Nations Convention Against Torture, or cancellation under the Violence Against Women Act
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or the Dream Act

At Cooper Law Firm, we want you to know that we are here to help you. Many of our staff have been through the immigration process — they know how overwhelming the immigration system can feel. We will sit down with you, explain your legal rights to you and create a plan that gives you the best chance possible of staying in the U.S.

Contact Us for Help

If you or a family member is at risk of deportation, we can help. Contact our firm today to discuss your circumstances and your legal options. Call 301-637-8083 or 866-405-0124. Se habla español.