뉴욕 추방재판 변호사 비용

뉴욕 추방재판 변호사 비용 안내

추방재판의 경우 저희 사무실은 뉴욕 업무만 하고 있으며 뉴저지의 경우 사안에 따라서 선별적으로 진행을 해 드리고 있습니다. 추방재판은 현실적으로 뉴저지 보다는 뉴욕 주 에서 진행하는 것이 여러가지로 이점이 있다고 생각되는데 그 이유는 뉴욕이 이민자에 대해서 보다 개방적이며, 뉴저지와 달리 피난처로서도 인정해 주고 있는 주 이기 때문입니다. 민주당 정부에서는 추방재판에 회부되는 일과 실제 추방을 하는 사례가 극도로 낮아졌지만, 만약 트럼프 공화당 정부가 들어서면 다시 과거처럼 추방재판에 회부되는 일이 보다 늘어날 것으로 생각하고 있습니다.

그리고 이민국 서류, 영주권 심사중 갑자기 추방재판으로 회부되는 일도 늘어날 수 있습니다. 

추방재판 변호사비는 다음의 기준으로 산정합니다.

  1. 추방재판에 회부된 사유가 얼마나 심각한지 여부
  2. 형사사건이 연결되어 있는지 여부
  3. 형사사건 해결을 위한 업무비용
  4. 이민사기와 관련된 내용

만약 이민사기와 관련된 내용이라면 증거수집절차에 따라서 비용이 추가될 수도 있습니다.

만약, 이민을 진행 중 에 허위문서나 허위정보로 인해서 영주권 서류가 거절이 된 경우에도 이민사기로 보지만 만약 대응 할 수 있는 답변서를 요구하는 경우에는 그간의 이민국에서 요구했던 서류들과 제출한 서류들을 모두 확인해서 대응방안을 마련해야 합니다.

추방재판에 앞서 저희가 주로 질문하는 부분은 이전 이민신분이 무엇인지 여부와 입국기록이 있는지 여부, 미성년자 자녀가 있는지 여부, 그리고 혼인유무 등을 종합적으로 판단해서 전략을 수립하고 있습니다. 

추방재판과 관련된 정보는 아래 사이트를 참고하기 바랍니다.

Understand the deportation process | USAGov

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기타.

지금까지 추방재판이 걸린 사유들을 나열해 드리겠습니다.

  • An individual violates the terms of their immigration status (green card, nonimmigrant visa, etc.) An individual was inadmissible at the time where they entered the country or adjusted their status.
  • An individual had received a conditional permanent resident status but, this status has been terminated.
  • An individual commits marriage fraud.
  • An individual obtained a green card on the basis of a marriage that occurred less than two years ago, then had that marriage terminated within the next two years.
  • An individual knowingly helped smuggle aliens into the United States before, during or within five years of entering the country.
  • An individual is convicted of a crime of moral turpitude (such as theft or fraud) that is punishable by a sentence of at least one year in prison and the conviction occurred within 5 years of admission to the United States.
  • An individual has committed two or more crimes involving moral turpitude any time after being admitted to the United States, if the two criminal convictions did not come from one single criminal scheme.
  • An individual has committed an aggravated felony (such as murder or forcible rape) any time after being admitted to the United States.
  • An individual did not register as a sex offender when required under any law.
  • An individual is convicted of fleeing an immigration checkpoint at high speed.
  • Commit, conspire to commit or attempt to commit a drug crime in the U.S. Or any other country, at any time following admission to the United States.
  • Are or at any time after being admitted to the United States, become addicted to or abuse drugs.
  • Have been convicted of an offense involving espionage, treason, sabotage or sedition that is punishable with at least five years of prison time.
  • Have been convicted of certain offenses involving firearms or other weapons at any time after being admitted to the United States.
  • Have falsely presented themselves as a citizen of the United States in an effort to gain any benefits..
  • Have participated in any election if by doing so they violated any federal, state or local laws.
  • Have participated in acts of genocide or persecution, including, but not limited to Nazi persecution.
  • Have engaged in severely violating the religious freedoms of others or have participated in recruiting or using child soldiers for any purpose.
  • Have become dependent of government assistance programs within five years of entry to the United States if the reasons for them becoming a public charge were present at the time they entered the U.S.
  • Have failed to notify relevant immigration authorities of a change of address within 10 days of the change, unless they can prove that such a failure was not done deliberately or willfully.
  • Have engaged in, or become likely to engage in terrorist activities.
  • Are convicted of providing false information to immigration authorities or any other violation that is related to fraud or misuse of any entry document, such as a visa or immigration permit.
  • Through their presence in the United States, would create serious negative consequences for the nation’s foreign policy.
  • Have committed human trafficking offenses both inside or outside of the United States, or have aided, abetted, assisted or conspired with anyone else to commit serious human trafficking offenses.