Q: My husband was in the process of a deportation case with ICE. He has been arrested for misdemeanor will he get deported
In 2013 he was falsely arrested and was on an ice hold immigration released pending court he received extensions to get legal help on three occasions well he was arrested 2 days ago and does that mean he is going to get deported we have been married over 10 years and no children he was brought to us illegally when he was 10 no one had petitioned for him and no criminal record
Immediately talk to an immigration attorney, whether or not he will get deported depends on what the nature of the offense was, in other words what led to his arrest. If you would like a free consultation contact my office.
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