Removal & Deportation Litigation
Removal proceedings begin when government issues a Notice to Appear (NTA). The NTA is presented to an Immigration Judge who must then decide whether to order you removed from the United States or allow you to remain. There are numerous ways to be placed in removal proceedings but the most common are referral from an asylum officer, local law enforcement contacts Immigration (ICE) or filing an application with Immigration that you are not qualified to receive. Often times, it can happen randomly if Customs and Border Patrol (CPB) or ICE comes across you at a bus station or in an area frequented by illegal aliens.
First, Know Your Rights.
Hire An Immigration Attorney Right Away.
Attorney Charlotte Viener has been practicing before the Immigration Court for over seventeen years. Hiring an experienced Immigration attorney while in removal proceedings may be the biggest decision you ever make. Our office is always here to help. You or a family member can contact Charlotte directly at firstname.lastname@example.org any time if this situation occurs. She will respond to you immediately and begin to take the steps to get you or your loved one released from custody and prepare you for your day in Court.
If you have been placed in removal proceedings and would like immediate assistance, please contact the experienced immigration attorneys of Charlotte Viener & Associates.
Why Choose Us?
Charlotte Viener & Associates is a New Orleans, Louisiana based law firm that works exclusively in the area of Immigration and Nationality Law. Although our office is located in New Orleans, our lawyers represent immigrants and employers throughout the United States and the world.
Our attorneys offer legal services in nearly all aspects of immigration law. Our goal is to make your immigration process smooth and efficient and resolve your immigration issue as quickly as possible.
In addition, our office offers Flat Fees and Payment Plans with no hidden fees.