Characteristics of Deportation
- Deportation refers to an order given by the U.S. Government to remove a foreign national from the country.
- Foreign nationals are typically deported for fraudulent activity related to the conditions of their visa or some other criminal activity.
- There are several different legal forms of relief that may prevent the foreign national from being deported. These include: voluntary departure, cancellation of removal, asylum, adjustment of status, motions to reopen or reconsider, stay of removal, administrative appeal, and judicial review.
- Cases involving domestic abuse may have different qualifications for relief.
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