If you are being detained for entering the country unlawfully or have been charged with a deportable crime, you may feel uncertain about your immediate future. You need someone who can help you avoid deportation, someone familiar with immigration court, someone who can make a difference.

At the Law Office of Jihyun Kim, LLC in Wichita, Kansas, our attorney understands the difficulties related to immigration law. Having come to this country as an immigrant herself, Jihyun Kim knows your concerns and will put her experience and background to work for you. Contact our Kansas deportation lawyer today.

Criminal Deportation
You have come to this country to make a new life for yourself and your family. You have gone through the proper channels and have begun to enjoy a comfortable life balanced by work and relaxation. However, if you have committed a crime, you may be in danger of deportation. If you or a family member have been charged with a deportable crime, rely on our attorney to give you the assistance you need. Jihyun Kim has experience working with the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) as well as immigration courts and can make a difference in your case.

Cancellation of Removal
When you are working to reverse a removal decision, you want an immigration attorney who will not only provide strong legal support, but also will assist you with the paperwork and leg work related to working with immigration and filing a notice of appeal. Jihyun Kim will meet with you, listen to your situation – family and economic factors that may influence your situation – and provide advice that can help you make better decisions for the future.

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