Our office will be closed from December 22nd to January 1st due to the holiday season. We are looking forward to getting in touch with you on January 2nd upon our return.

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Miami Removal Proceedings Lawyers

The United States Government routinely seeks to place aliens, including those who are lawfully admitted as permanent residents, into removal proceedings. Removal proceedings means that the United States Government intends to deport you from the United States. These proceedings can be initiated due to various reasons including, overstaying a visa; entry using fraudulent documents; arrests and/or convictions for misdemeanors or felonies. In certain cases, relief from removal (deportation) is available. This relief comes in the form of political asylum; cancellation of removal; waivers or pardons under certain sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Removal proceedings are a serious matter, and our Miami immigration lawyers have the experience and quality representation you need. When you need a Miami immigration lawyer for Removal Proceedings, contact Revilla Law Firm, P.A. We offer free initial consultations in most immigration matters. As a former U.S. immigration prosecutor, Miami Attorney Antonio G. Revilla III understands the important questions to ask during bond hearings before an immigration judge. We have extensive experience representing men and women in immigration proceedings. 

We will help you to apply for political asylum where persecution is based on:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Political opinion
  • Membership in a particular social group

If you are involved in removal proceedings, you need an attorney with the skill and experience to protect your interests. We know the dangers faced by men and women involved in removal proceedings. We know that deportation often leads to persecution and torture. We are committed to protecting our clients by providing aggressive representation in immigration matters.

212(c) Waivers Now Available for Convictions After Trial

If you have a conviction resulting from a plea or trial for an aggravated felony which occurred before April 24, 1996, and before April 24, 1997, for certain crimes, you may be eligible for a waiver under former section 212(c) of the Act. 

A grant of this waiver will result in preventing the loss of residency.

Revilla Law Firm, P.A. Can Help

At Revilla Law Firm, P.A., we help clients file applications for residency, waivers for removal, motions to reopen closed cases, and waivers of deportation under the Immigration and Naturalization Act. If you have green card issues, or if you were detained for removal proceedings, call the South Florida deportation defense attorneys at Revilla Law Firm, P.A. today. At Immigration Miami we handle all types of detained cases, including bond hearings, at Krome and all detention facilities nationwide. It is important to hire an experienced Miami Immigration Attorney.

What Sets Us Apart?
  • Concentration in Deportation Defense Law
  • Founding Member of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • 50 Years of Combined Legal Experience
  • Aggressive Representation with a Diplomatic Approach
  • Successfully Handled Thousands of Cases in Various Levels in Court
  • Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor Representing You

Client Testimonials

“I'm very pleased with the enormous amount of work Mr. Revilla and his associates did for my family. These attorneys are knowledgeable and organized!”

- E.V.
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