Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q1: What happens during the initial consultation of your removal case?

  • A: The initial consultation is a chance for our legal team to understand your unique situation, discuss the charges, and present options for our team to represent you (if possible).

Q2: How should I prepare for the Master Calendar Hearing?

  • A: The Master Calendar Hearing involves preliminary discussions and scheduling. Our checklist and guide will help you prepare adequately for this stage.

Q3: What if my case receives an unfavorable decision?

  • A: In case of an unfavorable decision, you can appeal your denial, generally to the Board of Immigration Appeals. 

Q4: How long does the entire EOIR process typically take?

  • A: The duration can vary based on individual cases and court schedules. Some cases last only a few months; others proceed for years, even decades..

Q5: Is legal representation necessary for EOIR hearings?

  • A: While not mandatory, having professional legal representation significantly increases your chances of a positive outcome. Our legal team is here to provide the support and advocacy you need.

For more resources and answers to specific questions, feel free to reach out to our team.