Immigration Court


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Immigration Court proceedings start with receiving a ‘Notice to Appear’ and can be a time of great uncertainty and stress. You will need to find out quickly what relief is available, gather your evidence, and prepare to answer the charges made by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in front of an Immigration Judge. We can be your partner in requesting bond, representing you in Immigration Court and filing your documents and case briefs. With so much at risk, you need an experienced legal team on your side.

If you or a family member has received a Notice to Appear in the Honolulu Immigration Court, don’t delay – call MigrationCounsel, immigration attorneys in Hawaii, now at (808) 695 3560.

Here is a an overview of how a Removal or Deportation case moves through the Immigration Court system