There are many reasons why someone may be ordered deported from the United States. Foreign nationals may be deported from the United States for the following reasons:
- Inadmissible according to U.S. immigration laws when entering the U.S. or when adjusting status;
- Present in the U.S. in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act or any other U.S. law;
- Engaged in any activity that endangers public safety or creates a risk of national security;
- Violated their nonimmigrant status or a condition of entry into the United States;
- Encouraged or aided any other alien to enter the U.S. illegally;
- Failed to register or falsified documents to enter the U.S.;
- Engaged in marriage fraud to gain admission to the U.S.;
- Terminated a conditional permanent residence;
- Was convicted of certain criminal offenses; or,
- Engaged in unlawful voting.
If you are facing the possibility of deportation, call or email Global Justice Law Group to find out what options you may have to remain in the United States.