Our clients’ ability to work while in immigration removal proceedings is an issue our attorneys take very serious. Often individuals fighting deportation and removal do not ask for this benefit or they are dismissed by legal professionals who do not understand the work authorization process. If you are facing deportation or your case was closed, and you have no way to work; you may be eligible for work authorization in the following legal scenarios:
- Defensive Adjustment of Status
- Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents
- Administrative closure of Your case by a U.S. Immigration Judge
- Deferred Removal from the United States
- Asylum/Withholding of Removal/CAT
The above is not an all inclusive list. You should seek experienced immigration legal counsel. If you have questions.
You may contact our office to set up an appointment for a free 20 minute telephone consult to determine what options your child may have. We have different offices locations based in the Washington D.C. area and surrounding states which are available at www.scottcclaw.com.
All of our attorneys are members of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (“AILA”).