Protecting You And Your Loved Ones From Deportation

The prospect of deportation is terrifying to many individuals who have made the United States their home and have begun to put down roots here. Whether you are facing an order of removal or are being pressured to accept voluntary departure, the consequences are wide-ranging and severe. Facing an immigration judge without strong counsel can leave you in a difficult, life-changing position.

At The Albarado Law Firm, P.C., lead attorney Emmanuel Albarado has years of experience in both immigration law and criminal defense. As a Mexican-American who grew up near the Mexican border, he personally understands the benefits of immigration and the beneficial impact it can have on people's lives. No matter your situation, we can work with you to figure out a course of action that would place you in a favorable position and potentially allow you to remain in the U.S.

How An Attorney Can Help

Many things can trigger a deportation or removal case, including criminal charges, immigration violations such as fraud or overstay, or failing to maintain your status as mandated.

At our firm, we are with you every step of the way, including when you face a judge. As a full-service law firm, we can work to have any criminal charges dismissed or expunged. In certain cases, we can help clients obtain other types of visas that would allow them to remain in the U.S.

Facing criminal charges is not the end-all-be-all when it comes to removal and deportation. You may be eligible for a U visa if you are a victim of qualifying criminal activity (such as domestic violence) or if you have information about criminal charges.

No matter your situation, we can help you figure out your options and work with you so that your life in the U.S. isn't permanently interrupted.

Contact Us — Contáctenos

For a more thorough review of your situation with a qualified, experienced lawyer, please call our main Denton County office at 940-222-8939 or send us an email using our contact form. We also operate a secondary office serving Cooke County and Collin County. Se habla español.