U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) offices may exercise prosecutorial discretion, prioritizing urgent cases over lower-priority ones. Special circumstances, such as victims of domestic violence, long-term U.S. residents, seniors, and others with unique situations, might benefit from this discretion.
Prosecutorial discretion can open doors for individuals who believed their immigration options were limited. Some immigration cases might be temporarily halted, allowing time for immigration laws to evolve and potentially offer more options.
For insights on prosecutorial discretion and its impact on your immigration status, please contact a Los Angeles prosecutorial discretion lawyer from our firm.
Understanding Prosecutorial Discretion
Prosecutorial discretion grants an immigration authority the power to decide on an immigration case based on its priority. High-priority cases are often addressed before low-priority ones, irrespective of the case’s duration.
If you’re aiming for relief from deportation, pursuing an immigration appeal, or seeking a specific immigration status, prosecutorial discretion might be beneficial. The attorney at Hanlon Law Group, P.C., can guide you through your immigration options and determine if prosecutorial discretion is viable for your situation. If applicable, we’ll represent and assist you in achieving your desired immigration status.
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Have queries about prosecutorial discretion in the Los Angeles region? Email us or call 800-976-5675 to discuss with a Los Angeles immigration lawyer at Hanlon Law Group, P.C.