Texas Immigration Defense Attorney
Texas, and Southwestern neighbors like Arizona and New Mexico, are epicenters for immigration—some of it legal, some of it not, and some of it filled with quagmires that are difficult to navigate. In some instances relating to ostensibly illegal immigration, a defendant will have to face off against several agencies such as the local law enforcement agency that arrested the party in question, the United States Border Patrol, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (also referred to as ICE) and even the FBI.
These agencies may sound intimidating, but there’s a reason so many individuals want to make it safely to the US and live there indefinitely. The US has a justice system where you can solicit legal counsel in your defense and attempt to obtain an outcome in court that most aligns with your goals, which most likely include continuing to reside in the US. You do not have to take detention or deportation as a foregone conclusion.