Re-entering the United States after being deported is usually a mistake. The consequences include arrest and losing rights to several ways of legally obtaining status.
An argument can be made, however, that ASYLUM IS STILL AVAILABLE TO THOSE WHO RETURN to the United States after a deportation. Although the Department of Homeland Security regularly denies asylum to those with a prior removal order, foreigners who are willing to appeal the decision to the federal courts may be able to get asylum.
That is what the Florida law firm of Blandon Law does for asylum clients: use the law to get results. For those with prior deportation orders, we argue that the law plainly states that "any alien" -- regardless of their legal status -- is eligible for asylum.
To see if we can help you with your asylum case, please call the Weston law firm of Blandon Law at (954) 385-0157.