Immigration Removal Proceedings: What Are My Options?

This video features Cory Forman, an Immigration Law attorney based in New York.

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Video Transcript:

Nancy Zambrano:

Do you know what it means to be placed in removal proceedings in immigration law? We're asking New York lawyer Cory Forman in this AskTheLawyers Quick Question.

Cory Forman:

Removal proceedings means that you've been designated as someone who is subject to deportation, whether you're here unlawfully, whether you were here lawfully and committed an immigration violation, most commonly a criminal violation. The government will put you in what's called a removal or commonly known as a deportation proceeding, where you go to court and then you have to contest your removability, either legally saying you're not removable or apply for a waiver if one applies to you.

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