The words “deportation force” strike fear into the hearts of families across the country. While it is true that there are undocumented immigrants in the United States who are not beneficial to society, there are also undocumented immigrants in the United States who are fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, sons, and daughters and are vital members of their families. The unfortunate reality of the current political climate and current administration is that undocumented immigrants have been villainized as gang members, rapists, and “bad hombres” who should be removed from the United States immediately. But there are undocumented immigrants in the United States who volunteer in their communities and serve as role models for younger generations.
The negative effects of a deportation force in the United States could be staggering. What happens to a family when the undocumented immigrant being removed from the United States is a vital part of his or her family as either the primary source of financial support or the primary caregiver to children? Removing undocumented immigrants from the United States is ripping apart families and could lead to serious social problems such as an increase in families living in poverty or an increase in fatherlessness, which has serious consequences for children throughout their lives.
Millions of families in the United States now live in fear of hearing a knock at their door and seeing an Immigration and Customs (ICE) Officer on the other side. The first thing every undocumented immigrant and his or her family members should know are their rights when an ICE Officer comes to their door.
The second thing every undocumented immigrant and his or her family members should know is that there is hope! Many undocumented immigrants have options to remain in the United States and become lawful permanent residents. For most, the process includes filing a hardship waiver application, which explains the hardship the undocumented immigrant’s family members would suffer if the undocumented immigrant was returned to his or her country of citizenship. The process of filing a hardship waiver can be intimidating to many families already overwhelmed by the fear and anxiety of having an undocumented immigrant family member. Caruso Law Group can help alleviate those fears and anxieties by assisting undocumented immigrants in the process of obtaining lawful status in the United States through the hardship waiver process. Our team has years of experience in preparing hardship waiver applications and has worked on more than a hundred successful waiver applications.
Many undocumented immigrants worry that there would not be enough hardship in their case to get a waiver application approved. Caruso Law Group believes every undocumented immigrant’s situation is unique and with our dedication to preparing compelling and comprehensive waiver applications, we hope to help many more undocumented immigrant fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, sons, and daughters remain in the United States where they can continue being vital members of their families without living in fear of the threat of a deportation force.
Contact Caruso Law Group today for a free consultation to discuss your immigration situation and begin the process of obtaining lawful status in the United States.
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