What Is an Order of Supervision?
Stipulations may apply to people who are freed from a removal order without paying a bond. Some individuals who are given a removal order because of a criminal offense can be given the opportunity to receive relief of removal.
Eligibility for an Order of Supervision
You may be released on an order of supervision, which means that you were released for a humanitarian reason. An order of supervision can be given to nursing mothers or to people who are the only supporters of children who are U.S. citizens.
This type of relief is called an order of supervision because, essentially, the alien will be supervised by an immigration agency official. This individual will have the responsibility of reporting to an enforcement or removal operations officer every few months.
The purpose of this stipulation is to make sure that the process of obtaining a valid visa or passport has been achieved. In some cases, the individual may be required to return to his or her home country.
Contact Our Experienced Immigration Firm
Have you been given an order of supervision? If so, then it is vital that you have your case reviewed by an immigration lawyer from Brown Immigration Law. By demonstrating the necessity to work, you may have the opportunity to apply for an employment authorization card. An order of supervision can allow you time to apply for the necessary form of visa that will allow you to legally remain in the country.
Speak with one of our attorneys from Brown Immigration Law immediately upon receipt of an order of supervision. It is vital that you take the necessary steps to avoid being taken into custody. Our founding attorney, Robert Brown, and the team at our firm have the experience and knowledge to assist you.
Contact our immigration firm at your earliest convenience for experienced immigration help in the Orlando area.
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