Elizabeth Immigration Lawyer For Deportation/Removal Cases
If an individual is served with a Notice To Appear (NTA) in New Jersey, he/she will be summoned to appear at Immigration Court. There are two immigration courts in New Jersey. The courts fall under the jurisdiction of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). If an individual is detained, whether it be because the person is subject to mandatory detention or an inability to post bond, his/her case will most likely be heard at the Elizabeth Immigration Court, which is housed inside the Elizabeth Contract Detention Facility.
General Court Information
The physical address of the Elizabeth Immigration Court is 625 Evans Street, Room 148A, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201. There are currently two immigration judges for this venue. They are:
Judge Dorothy Harbeck
Judge Mirlande Tadal
The Court Administrator is Ms. Yolanda English.
The Court Telephone Number is 908-787-1355.
The Court is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Court window hours to accept flings in person are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Ways to Stop Deportation or Removal
Our attorneys are licensed to practice before the Immigration Courts and are available to represent you. Depending on the individual circumstances of your case and situation, we may be able to contest the case and/or apply for numerous forms of immigration relief including:
Request for Prosecutorial Discretion
Cancellation of Removal
Withholding of Removal
Relief Under the Torture Convention Act
Adjustment of Status
Please contact our office by calling 732-516-1717 or 888-404-5876 to schedule an in-depth consultation to see how our attorneys can help you or someone you care about in immigration proceedings stay here.