Unrealized Problems of Deportation

Posted on: January 14th, 2014 by Sobel and Erwin

Immigration is not a subject that many truly consider on a daily basis. People who do think about the implications of immigration and deportation may think of it as an issue that begins and ends at the United States borders. However, many deported individuals face tremendous trials once they return to their “home” country. Mexico border towns are known for their high crime rates, and the influx of deported Mexican citizens into these towns can create even more problems. Family members still in the U.S. are left to try to help their deported loved one with few true resources.

Reform in Immigration

The Department of Homeland Security has made progress in some areas of immigration reform such as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). However, there are still many areas that need to be addressed. 2014 will hopefully bring new remedies for the complex problems in immigration.

Legal Help for Deportation

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has a major role in deportation. While it is imperative for ICE to enforce current laws, it is also important for immigrants to recognize their legal rights. Sobel & Erwin can offer insight and guidance if you or a family member is facing deportation. Do not wait until it is too late for help. Seek our counsel as soon as you realize you may have an immigration problem. Our firm takes great pride in ensuring you understand every legal remedy available to you. We stay informed of all changes to offer our clients the most relevant help available. Contact our firm today.