Once an immigrant, who is not a citizen or Legal Permanent Resident, receives a Notice to Appear (NTA), he must contact an attorney to represent him in court during removal proceedings. The removal proceedings will take place in an immigration court where a federal judge will listen to the immigrant’s claim and make a ruling. Although the immigration court allows for a personal attorney, they don’t appoint a state-sponsored attorney to represent you. Failure to have representation and be represented correctly in front of an immigration judge can result in removal from the United States. Our immigration law firm has experienced lawyers available to represent you in these courts and help you defend your American Dream.