In the world of immigration law, the experienced immigration lawyers of Nalbandian Law have earned an unbeatable track record of success for our clients for nearly 15 years. We have a reputation for successfully handling the most difficult criminal deportation cases—the ones that other lawyers refuse to handle or thought couldn’t be won.
Criminal deportation cases are a large part of the legal work we routinely perform for our clients. Nalbandian Law, under the direction of lead attorney Sassoun A. Nalbandian, has helped hundreds of clients avoid deportation and remain in the U.S.
Our immigration specialists are uniquely qualified to help you avoid criminal deportation if you are facing any of these problems:
Fighting deportation is a tough battle for detained immigrants who don’t have experienced immigration lawyers to help them win their case. There are many legal proceedings in place that give immigrants-detainees the opportunity to prove they can be law-abiding members of society. Nalbandian Law has extensive immigration court experience to help you fight and win.
Nalbandian Law’s experienced immigration bond hearing attorneys will represent your detained relative in immigration court shortly after the arrest. Our extensive preparation for the bond hearing will increase the probability that the judge will set a reasonable bond for your relative’s release. In fact, we have even been able to convince immigration judges and ICE attorneys to agree to a bond where the case was first thought to be a mandatory detention case.
This is a new, developing area of immigration law that affects immigrants who have been detained indefinitely (prolonged detention) at an ICE detention facility for over six months and were previously denied bond for release. These new laws apply to any aliens detained in California, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, and other states located within the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ jurisdiction.
This new procedure allows certain immigrants-detainees to be released on bond, pending a “Rodriguez motion.” The burden of proof is then on the government to show why the individual can’t remain free until the case is decided. Our attorneysrepresent detained immigrants in immigration court and help ensure they have the best possible chance of being released on bond.
Nalbandian Law has obtained reasonable bond amounts for aliens originally deemed ineligible for bond by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials at the time of their detention. We have even helped these same aliens obtain legal status or keep their green cards and ultimately become American citizens.
There are several types of relief that can be sought for criminal aliens in removal/deportation proceedings. In many cases, the legal team at Nalbandian Law has helped our clients qualify for waivers that allow them to remain in the United States. In other cases, our lawyers’ thorough case preparation has helped individuals obtain legal status even though they were previously considered inadmissible or ineligible to enter the U.S.
Call Nalbandian Law today, (818) 244-0310, or contact us online for a personal consultation with Sassoun A. Nalbandian, an expert criminal deportation lawyer. He’ll review your situation and make sure you have the best possible chance of avoiding deportation and remaining in the United States.
*Approval rates do not guarantee future approval of your petition. No attorney can ethically guarantee any outcome. Always consult with a licensed, competent immigration attorney such as the experienced immigration attorneys at Nalbandian Law before filing your case.
Mr. Nalbandian was the lawyer who handled my wife's Green card case. Thanks to him everything went well and at very timely manner. I would recommend him with most confidence.- Jose Garcia, CA