The U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) comes under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and is a huge investigative agency. ICE investigates criminal cases involving illegal trade, travel, immigration, and visa violations in the U.S and aboard.

Experienced lawyers at the Law Offices of Alex R. Hernandez Jr. can help you with cases involving ICE. Our lawyers are aware of the intricacies that govern cases concerning deportation, airport detention, naturalization, seeking asylum, seeking refuge, business immigration, etc.

We respond to emergencies so that our clients are not unfairly targeted and that they get all the protection and opportunities for defense provided by U.S law.  

Immediate and pressing concerns include guidance on steps to take if a relative is detained at an airport, getting a near and dear one released from custody, removal of an ICE hold, applying for an immigration bond and bond hearing, sealing of criminal records, applying for a fiancé visa, applying for a green card, steps to take if the green card application is denied, action to take when faced with criminal charges and deportation, preventing deportation and appealing a decision, reopening a case, etc.

If you have a right to legally be in the U.S, then we will fight for you. If you’ve done no wrong, then we are on your side. After the first consultation, you will be able to make an informed decision on the steps to take to fight your case.

If you’re on a visa, have lawful permanent resident status, or temporary protected status, you could face deportation if you faced a conviction for criminal charges including driving without a license, drug crimes, theft, burglary, assault, fraud, illegal voting, or assisting illegal aliens gain entry into the U.S.  

The most common mistake that people make is that they wait before they contact a lawyer. You have one chance at success and moving early gives you the best shot at succeeding. The timing of an appeal or getting an immigration bond can be vital to the outcome of the case. If you plead guilty to any of the crimes that the ICE considers serious enough for deportation, you could end up in immigration jail and then be deported. The safe thing to do is to not plea bargain without getting an attorney on your side.

Contact us today for more information about how we can help you!