My husband has been put in deportation proceeding for an agrevated felony under immigration law violation. And want to represent himself and speak to the judge himself. Is this wise? And will he get a chance to speak to the judge?
1 Answer from Attorneys
In my opinion, it is never wise to represent yourself in Court, and the Immigration Judge will tell you the same. You can contact your local Bar Association for a list of referrals for experienced Immigration Attorneys who handle Removal Proceedings in your area. Good Luck.
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