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Can You Return to the U.S. After Being Deported?

Can You Return to the U.S. After Being Deported?

If you or your loved one has been deported, you might be wondering when they will be able to return to the U.S. The Miami immigration lawyers at Revilla Law Firm, P.A. explain if a person can return to the United States after being deported.

What Are the Possibilities of Reentry to the U.S.?

Immigrants can return to the U.S. after being deported. However, they might not be allowed to reenter the U.S. for five to twenty years—some even permanently. However, the exact length of time depends on various factors, including the reason for removal and whether they were convicted of a crime. There are some cases when people are allowed to return to the U.S. on a visa even before their required time outside the country expires.

You might be allowed to reenter the United States after being deported. The timeline will depend on the following:

  • Five-Years: If you were deported upon arrival at the U.S. port of entry because they found you inadmissible, or you came to the U.S. and were immediately put into the removal proceedings, you might be eligible to return to the U.S. five years after your removal.
  • Ten-Years: If an immigration judge issues a removal after your court hearing, you might not be able to return to the U.S. for another ten years after your deportation.
  • Twenty-Years or Permanently: If you were convicted of a crime or you have been deported more than once; you might not be able to return to the U.S. for 20 years. In some cases, those charged with a serious crime won’t be allowed to renter the U.S. permanently.

Call Our Miami Immigration Attorneys Today: (305) 858-2323!

If you or your loved one has been deported, you need an experienced immigration attorney on your side. The Miami immigration lawyers at Revilla Law Firm, P.A. can analyze your case and help you determine when you or your loved one will be able to return to the United States. Immigration laws are constantly changing, so our team is here to answer your questions and help you obtain the best possible results for our case.

Contact our Miami immigration lawyers today at (305) 858-2323 to schedule a virtual consultation!

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