Immigration / Deportation Services
PERMISSION TO ENTER AND REMAIN IN THIS COUNTRY IS PRECIOUS AND RARE.In Utah, for general questions concerning immigration, call 801-531-7005; or call an immigration attorney if you have a legal question. But if you are facing a deportation problem you should know a private investigator may be able to assist you.
As an alien seeking citizenship, do not be falsely accused and sent way without defending yourself. There are certain circumstances where an alien guest or immigrant in this Country you are entitled to prepare a defense to avoid deportation. They are many, but here are some examples:
* Inadmissible at Time of Entry
An alien who is here unlawfully, he is subject to deportation.
* Criminal Offenses
An alien who while in this Country commits a crime of moral turpitude (an act which is intrinsically wrong), he is subject to deportation.
An alien who while in the Country commits multiple crimes or an aggravated felony (such as murder, drug trafficking, or a theft in which the term of imprisonment is over one year), he is subject to deportation.
An alien who abuses drugs, and those who violate controlled substances laws or regulations, he is subject to deportation.
An alien who commits certain firearms offenses or domestic violence crimes, he is subject to deportation.
* Failure to Register/Falsification of Documents
An alien who has changed his address without notifying the Attorney General within 10 days, he may be subject to deportation.
Any alien who is convict of fraud or misuse of visas, he is subject to deportation.
Any alien who has falsified an immigration document, he is subject to deportation.
An alien who has been or is engaged in acts of espionage (the illegal export of goods, technology, or sensitive information) or sabotage (activities relating to the overthrow of the U.S. government) against the U.S., he is subject to deportation.
An alien who has or is engaged in terrorist activities is subject to deportation.
When the Secretary of State has reason to believe an alien whose presence in the United States would have a serious adverse foreign policy consequence, that alien is subject to deportation.
An alien who has become a public charge (i.e. those who end up on welfare) from causes existing prior to admission, he may be subject to deportation.
* Unlawful Voters
Any alien who has voted in an election in violation of the law, he is subject to deportation.
Mr. Jensen and his team of private detectives can collect the documentation and can conduct witness interviews you need to prevent an unjust deportation.
Jason Jensen is an associate of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Heartland Chapter, and he anticipates full membership with the National Association. The Heartland Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is dedicated to the detection and deterrence of fraud. It is a non-profit professional organization comprised of fraud investigators, internal and external auditors, law enforcement, accountants and finance professionals that is dedicated to the education and training of anti-fraud measures. The Heartland Chapter has approximately 145 members from various companies, organizations, law enforcement agencies, and other public or private firms. As an experienced fraud investigator, being certified is honor demonstrating a commitment to the discipline and respect for the profession.