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Deportation can occur under certain circumstances

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For immigrants and families of immigrants, the possibly of deportation can weigh heavily on their minds. However, when Maryland families are aware of the facts about deportation, those families and family members may be better prepared to mount a defense in court or prepare for the process as it may unfold for them. The first step in dealing with the possibility of deportation is to know under what circumstances deportation may be possible.

One common reason people find themselves the subjects of possible deportation is that they are not legal citizens of the U.S. in the first place. Additionally, if a non-citizen is charged with specific crimes, deportation may be possible. Sometimes, a non-citizen may become embroiled in a traffic altercation or questioned at a work site, attracting the attention of immigration officials and opening the door to deportation.

Furthermore, the amount of time spent out of the country can also lead to the possibility of deportation. Too much time overseas can constitute abandonment of a green card. Also, if a person has a visa and overstays that visa or violates the terms of that specific visa, deportation may be pursued.

Once a person knows deportation is a possibility, there are certain steps and measures that can be taken to fight that deportation. If a Maryland resident has been threatened with deportation, reviewing the case with an experienced attorney can be valuable and may help the person fight any further action. Our website has more information about deportation in general and the steps that can be taken to help a loved one or yourself avoid deportation altogether.

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