- You can’t just be kicked out
- In most cases, unless there is an outstanding order of removal in your file, you have the right to defend your case in immigration court
- Notice to Appear (NTA) is issued by Homeland Security to you and the applicant. It signals the initiation of removal proceeding against you
- Review the NTA carefully to make sure there are no mistakes. Small details are very important when fighting for your right to stay
Introduction: You ask we answer your immigration questions, simple. And now your host immigration lawyer Jacob Sapochnick.
Jacob: Hello everybody, welcome to another episode of Ask An Immigration Lawyer. This is your host Jacob Sapochnick.
Today we continue with some more questions about deportation and removal. And another question that people ask is how does the removal process start and also can I be just kick out of the country? Many people ask repeated Facebook and we have a couple of these questions where people ask can I just be picked up and kicked out of the country? Read more