A report reveals that women with children need attorneys if they want to have any chance of winning their Immigration Court cases. The report can be found by clicking here and is the result of a review of over 26,000 cases.
According to the information, women who had lawyers stayed in the U.S. almost 30% of the time. Women who did not have attorneys only avoided deportation about 2% of the time. That's 2 women out of every 100. The rest were ordered to leave, even though they were able to demonstrate a credible fear of returning to their country.
The majority of these families were fleeing harm in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador.
The Broward firm of Blandon Law specializes in helping women and children win asylum. The office is in the Weston suburb of Ft. Lauderdale, but our attorneys travel throughout the country. Most of our staff are women and everyone speaks Spanish. Call us at (954) 385-0157. We would be honored to have the opportunity to help someone start a new life in the U.S.