Law Offices of Marie B. Higuera

Deportation and Removal Defense

Seattle immigration lawyer Marie Higuera understands how frightening and confusing it is to face removal or deportation from the United States. Her law offices provides representation in all phases of removal and deportation proceedings, including bond reduction hearings, hearings before the immigration judge and appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Contact Marie Higuera, Attorney at Law, at her Seattle law offices if you would like to speak with an experienced immigration lawyer about your situation. You can rely on Ms. Higuera and her staff to handle your matter efficiently and at a reasonable cost.

At your consultation, she will analyze your eligibility for relief from removal or deportation and will try to find the best way to assist you in contesting removeability or seeking relief so that you may remain legally in the United States. The staff at the Law Offices of Marie B. Higuera, Attorney at Law, is experienced in removal and deportation defense. Ms. Higuera speaks fluent Spanish.

The immigration Law Offices of Marie Higuera will provide representation in connection with applications for all forms of relief, including:

•Contesting removeability for individuals facing removal or deportation based on allegations of fraud, smuggling, criminal conduct, abandonment of residency and other grounds
•Adjustment of status for individuals seeking residency based on an approved and current family-based petition, with waivers
•212(c) waivers for certain long-term lawful permanent residents
•Cancellation of removal for green card holders who face removal or deportation based on criminal problems or other difficulties
•Cancellation of removal for certain non-lawful residents or long-term residents of the U.S. who have qualifying relatives and can establish the requisite hardship
•Asylum, withholding and Convention Against Torture relief for individuals who face persecution or torture upon return to their country of origin
•Removal of Conditions on Residence for individuals who obtained conditional residence based on marriage, with waivers
•NACARA Cancellation for certain Central Americans and Eastern Europeans
•TPS (temporary protected status) for nationals of certain designated countries
•All forms of VAWA relief, including VAWA cancellation, U and T visas, and adjustments based on self-petitions

For current articles about US immigration law and policies of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) (formerly the INS) see the resources page of this Web site. If you would like assistance with deportation or removal defense, or with a visa application or another matter involving immigration, Seattle lawyer Marie Higuera can meet your needs. Contact her immigration law offices in Pioneer Square to make arrangements for a consultation. She offers US immigration law services to clients throughout the Pacific Northwest.