NOTE: We are not accepting new clients for immigration law cases at this time.

Although we are not accepting new cases for immigration law, we would be happy to take your call and try to point you in the right direction.

Defending the rights of immigrants facing deportation, removal, or exclusion actions

Facing possible deportation, removal, or exclusion is a frightening position for many immigrants in the U.S. Whether you are living in fear of deportation or whether removal proceedings are already initiated against you, the immediate assistance of an experienced immigration lawyer is critical.

There are ways to defend against these actions and keep you in the U.S. with your family, so please call the Dickson Frohlich in Washington State as soon as possible.

Seattle & Tacoma Deportation Attorney

Reasons you may face deportation

The Immigration and Nationality Act sets out many different reasons why you may be removed, excluded, or deported from the U.S. If authorities believe one of these reasons applies to your case, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may initiate removal proceedings or may even place you under arrest. Some common reasons for this include:

  • Certain criminal convictions
  • Fraudulent marriages for immigration purposes
  • Unlawful entry to the U.S.
  • Violation of the terms of your visa
  • Providing false documentation or information
  • Violating an order of protection

Defending your rights in removal proceedings

Anyone facing exclusion, deportation, or removal proceedings has the right to an attorney to defend their rights to stay in the U.S. Some common defenses used in this type of proceeding include:

  • “Cancellation of removal” eligibility based on meeting certain criteria
  • Asserting as of yet unrecognized U.S. citizenship by birth
  • Need for asylum in the U.S. under the Convention Against Torture
  • Vacating of convictions of crimes
  • Application for a green card or visa that could have been previously obtained

The possible defenses available to you will depend on the particular circumstances of your case.

Contact an experienced Washington immigration lawyer as soon as possible

If you are facing deportation, removal, or exclusion, many aspects of your life may be in jeopardy including your family, your work, and your home in the U.S. You should never delay in discussing your case with a highly qualified deportation attorney at the Dickson Frohlich.

The sooner you call, the sooner we can begin defending your rights, so please call at 253-572-1000 in Tacoma or 206-621-1110 in Seattle today. 

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Thomas L. Dickson

Tom is an experienced litigator and the founding partner of the Dickson Frohlich. For over 30 years, he’s helped clients prevail in their real estate, construction, and business law matters.

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Robert P. Dickson

The core of Rob’s legal practice is civil litigation, with an emphasis on construction, real estate, and business law. He represents a wide range of clients, from large construction companies to individual homeowners.

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Mark S. Johnson

Mark’s legal practice focuses on civil litigation, real estate law, business law and family law. He works tirelessly to help his clients achieve the outcome they are looking for.

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Daniel J. Frohlich

Dan’s legal practice focuses on civil litigation, real estate law, business law and probate law. He has more than 10 years of experience as an attorney serving clients throughout Western Washington.

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Chris Lindemeier

As an associate at Dickson Frohlich, Chris practices in a wide range of areas, including business law, real estate law, civil litigation, and intellectual property law.

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Rebecca Corcoran

As an associate at Dickson Frohlich, Rebecca is active in the firm’s business law department. She can help with entity formation, intellectual property, as well as any necessary litigation involving your business’s needs

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Daniel Pizarro

As an associate at Dickson Frohlich, Daniel is active in the firm’s civil litigation department. His practice is mainly centered around real estate law, landlord-tenant law, construction law, and probate law.

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Alexander Wisbey

Alexander Wisbey comes to the firm with 5 years of experience as a litigator and trial attorney. He has first chaired several jury trials and has extensive experience handling arbitrations, mediations, depositions, and settlements.

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George Knight

George is an honors graduate of Emory University School of Law. While there, George served on the Emory Law Journal as an Articles Editor.

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Reed Speir

Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Reed Speir has lived in the Tacoma area since 1994. Reed earned his law degree from Seattle University School of Law.

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- Jeremy H.

I can’t even tell you how much I appreciate this firm! These guys helped me through one of the most challenging legal situations I’ve faced in my life. Their skill and expertise literally saved my business. I’ve dealt with other counsel in the past but the Dickson firm was by far the most competent and tactful counsel I’ve ever received. I would recommend this group to anyone!

- Keith D.

It’s a pleasure to work with the guys at Dickson Frohlich. One of the first things that stood out to me was how down to earth and friendly everyone at the firm is. I would definitely recommend them.

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