Don’t Face The Federal Immigration System Alone
You may face deportation if you are convicted of a crime, your paperwork is incorrect or you are waiting on a visa. No matter the reason, removal actions are stressful and frightening. In addition, when a federal agency takes unlawful action, you may have the right to sue. Regardless of the situation that put you up against the federal immigration system, you should always have the guidance of an experienced immigration attorney throughout the process.
If you need help with a removal action or litigation in the Dallas area, turn to Gividen Law, PLLC. Attorney Dan Gividen has over 10 years of experience in immigration and criminal law. He will provide guidance through every step of the process and fight for your legal rights. Mr. Gividen is not limited to representing people in Texas, as federal cases may occur anywhere in the U.S.
Many removal actions involve criminal allegations, whether based on violations of federal criminal law or immigration violations. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) enforces immigration laws and pursues deportations. In addition, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) often faces issues when trying to relocate people to their native countries.
Mr. Gividen understands how the process works and the importance of legal intervention to help you or your loved one stay in the U.S. He handles many issues, including:
- Bond hearings before an immigration judge
- Removal defense in cases before an immigration judge
- Motions to reopen
- Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals
- Appeals (“Petitions for Review”) to the United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit
Mr. Gividen’s experience as former deputy chief counsel helps him understand how the other side will approach your case, which helps him build a strong defense for you.
Find The Legal Help You Need At Gividen Law, PLLC
Attorney Gividen is ready to help you in your legal struggle against USCIS and other federal agencies. Schedule your appointment by calling his Dallas office at 972-256-8641 or reaching out online. Se habla español.