Immigration Deportation Defense

Immigration Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) Holds and Deportation Procedure

Upon the adoption of the Patriot Act on October 26, 2001 the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was born thus creating three agencies: Customs Border Patrol (CBP); Citizenship Immigration Services (CIS) and Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), formerly Immigration Naturalization Services (INS). This law office focuses on representing individuals subject to the protocol of ICE usually resulting in an ICE hold.

There is nothing more shocking and confusing then to have a loved one taken into custody by Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE). It is never shy of a harrowing event by no communication is permissible to lessen the impact of the interrogation, arrest and detainer.

Our office holds very precious the time that you are separated from your loved one. As such, our goal is to reunite you as well as effectuate the most aggressive and creative legal strategies necessary to protect our client’s liberty and citizenship. We understand the seriousness of the government involvement and can offer you clear and concise options after we have the opportunity to review and discuss your case. Our goal is to:

Establish jurisdiction in the Federal Court so we may file a Bond Motion;
Determine your best and most feasible application for relief;
Protect you and your family’s legal interests before, during and after the Department of Homeland Security has prosecuted you.

DISCLAIMER: This site and any information contained herein are intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. Seek competent counsel for advice on any legal matter.

Practice Areas


Suppression Hearings/Trials: 500+; Disorderly Conduct; Simple/Aggravated Assault; Robbery; Burglary; Possession Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS); Possession of CDS with Intent to Distribute; School Zone Distribution; Interstate Drug Trafficking/ Conspiracy; CDS Manufacturing/ Distribution; Possession of Weapon for Unlawful Purpose; DWI/DUI; Vehicular Homicide/ Manslaughter; Carjacking; Eluding; Resisting Arrest; Receiving Stolen Property; Official Misconduct; Embezzlement; Tampering; Mortgage/Bank Loan Fraud; Theft; Shoplifting

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