Prosecutorial Discretion In Removal/Deportation

Prosecutorial discretion is a matter of policy, not law — the discretion that any law enforcement agency, be it a prosecutor’s office or Department of Homeland Security, has to decide why, when and how to enforce the law.

In the field of immigration law, prosecutorial discretion is defined as the authority that DHS has to decline to initiate or close removal proceedings, choose to forego existing removal orders and decide to not contest motions to reopen removal and terminate removal proceedings.

For the prosecutorial discretion and removal (deportation) issues you may be struggling with in California and Utah, and across the country, the knowledgeable immigration attorneys of Wilner & O’Reilly, APLC, can help.

Our full-service law firm excels at providing quality representation of clients for any deportation matter, including asylum and withholdingcancellation of removalwaivers and prosecutorial discretion. Our attorneys provide moral, ethical and professional representation to the clients we serve.

Wilner & O’Reilly, APLC, was established in 2003 by two top-rated attorneys recognized for their knowledge and abilities in this highly complex area of law. Richard M. Wilner is board-certified as a specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the State Bar of California. Kelly S. O’Reilly is a former officer with Citizenship and Immigration Services (legacy Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Together, they lead a team of accomplished lawyers and legal professionals serving clients on a local, national and international level.

Wilner & O’Reilly, APLC — Experienced Immigration Lawyers You Can Trust

A government memo circulated in August, 2013, stated that ICE agents can consider that a person being taken into custody may have a family, and that detention could have broader repercussions. Furthermore, the memo posits that federal immigration officials have the power to offer alternatives to detention for certain parents.

Are you in a position to benefit from prosecutorial discretion in California, Utah, and Idaho. Contact Wilner & O’Reilly for the initial consultation that could turn your life in a more positive direction. Call us toll free at 800-352-7034 . You may also reach us by email.

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