Many people on both sides of the 2016 presidential election were surprised by the result. Some Americans are concerned about what a Trump presidency could mean for an immigration matter that affects them and their families.
Are you or a loved one facing deportation or removal in relation to immigration status or a criminal matter? Are you concerned about a visa or your Green Card? Will your immigration case be affected by a change in the White House?
What Could Change When Donald Trump Becomes President?
During a particularly bitter campaign, immigration issues were debated and discussed by the presidential candidates and by millions of other Americans. Donald Trump made promises to deport millions of people, build a wall on the Mexican border and monitor Muslims. But what will actually change after January 20?
The answers are elusive. Some people have immigration concerns related to:
- Whether they can be deported for a minor criminal offense
- Whether they or their family members will be targeted because of their status
- Visas, paperwork and deadlines
- What possible changes in the law might affect their rights
Talk To An Experienced Immigration Attorney
Every case is different. If you are worried about an immigration matter, it is important to get the legal advice you need. Talk to an immigration lawyer who can answer questions about your specific situation.