There are thousands of people living in the United States after being ordered deported. Sometimes they are ordered deported while they are detained, meaning they can be physically deported any day thereafter. Others who are not detained and have deportation orders fear one day immigration will find them and pick them up to deport them. If you or a family member are living in the United States and have a deportation order against you, you may be able to stop your physical deportation. A Stay of Deportation is an application that may stop the physical deportation of you or a family member. If your Stay of Removal is approved, you can be placed under an Order of Supervision. An Order of Supervision requires you to check in with Immigration on certain dates. The obvious benefit of a Stay of Deportation is you get to remain in the United States for a temporary period of time, renewable at the discretion of immigration. If your Stay of Deportation is approved and you are placed on an Order of Supervision, you make actually be eligible to receive a work permit.
If you or a loved one is living in the United States under an Order of Deportation, it is highly recommended that you seek advice from an experienced immigration attorney. Contact Dorsett Immigration Law now for your free consultation.