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James Hassan Esq.

535 Madison Ave. 

Suite 400

Covington, KY 41011


If you or a loved one has a legal problem, 

call now 859-307-5045 to discuss the options available at NO CHARGE

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Tel. 859-307-5045

Fax. 859-292-7793

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Looking for a deportation attorney? 

When you attend a removal or deportation hearing before an Immigration Judge, make sure that you walk into the courtroom accompanied by an attorney that is experienced in the area of deportation law. And if he speaks your language, even better! Attorney James Hassan has represented clients in removal hearings in immigration courts in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Indiana, Texas, and Pennsylvania.   

Why do you need to retain an experienced deportation attorney?

Immigration Law is a unique area of law, distinct from other areas such as criminal or family law, and with much different rules.   The government´s attorney will be very experienced in this area of the law, and you should be sure that yours is someone who works with this kind of law on a daily basis.

If you are in deportation proceedings, federal law might give you the right to various forms of relief. for example, some convictions of crimes involving moral turpitude, even if they are aggravated felonies, or 30 grams or less of marijuana you may be eligible for a waiver under section 212(h) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (“Act”), may qualify for a waiver.   

If you are not a lawful permanent resident, but have resided in the US for at least 10 years, and have a US citizen spouse, and/or children, you may be eligible for cancellation of removal, which can lead to a work permit and permanent residence.    

If you have a conviction for an aggravated felony which occurred before April 24, 1996, and before April 24, 1997, for certain crimes, you may be eligible for a waiver under former section 212(c) of the Act. A grant of this waiver will result in preventing the loss of residency.

If you or someone you know is in Deportation/Removal proceedings, contact James Hassan today for help!