Immigration court hearings are civil administrative proceedings involving foreign-born individuals that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) charged with violating immigration law.  

Detailed Description:

Immigration Courts are part of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) within the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). During immigration court hearings, immigration judges determine whether or not the foreign-born individual, or respondent, should be ordered removed from the U.S. or granted to remain in the country.

During these hearings, it is important to retain an experienced immigration attorney. Because these cases are classified as a civil matter, those in immigration court do not have the right to government-appointed counsel.

With an attorney's help, immigrants are much more likely to win their case against the government.

The attorneys at Jia Law Group possess extensive knowledge and expansive experience of immigration law and policy. JLG offers the highest quality of legal counsel and personalized service to ensure that you proceed with a fair immigration court hearing.

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