Legal Question in Immigration Law in California

I got a deportation letter because my asylum did not approve by the court. I know I need to leave the country but what if I am a single mother and I have a 2 months old US citizen son. Will I still have to leave the country? Can I not stay on the extreme hardship basis?

Asked on 3/26/12, 8:39 pm

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Bill Klein Law Office of Bill Travis Klein
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I assume that you did not have a lawyer in your asylum case. If you are still in court,,,,,,,,,,,,I recommend you get an immigration attorney to help you. It is very difficult to win in claiming extreme hardship.

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Answered on 3/26/12, 8:59 pm
Marlene Hemmings Marlene Hemmings, Attorney at Law
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I concur. Depending on where you are from and when you filed for asylum, there might be grounds for an appeal, but I would also recommend an attorney to represent you for that.

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Answered on 3/27/12, 8:04 am
Rebecca White Law Office of Rebecca White
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You need an attorney to review your options - perhaps you can appeal, or have other options.

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Answered on 3/25/13, 11:41 am

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