Philadelphia Detention Defense Attorney
Providing Effective Legal Representation
Immigration detention is on the rise. In 2011, more than 430,000 immigrants
were detained, the highest number in a year on record. Furthermore, immigration
detention has increasingly gained attention for ethically questionable
methods that comes from the taxpayer's wallet. If you or a loved one
has been detained, the
Law Office of Matthew Archambeault wants to give you the firm legal representation that you deserve. With
a track record of excellence and a vast amount of experience in immigration
law, we have what it takes to successfully handle your case.
Don't hesitate to give us a call at (215) 649-7535 for a
Over a Decade of Experience On Your Side
Detention can be an emotionally and financially traumatic event, not just
for an individual, but for entire families that rely on the individual
for basic needs. Here at the Law Office of Matthew Archambeault, we treat
every case with the attention, precision, and sensitivity that is required
to form a sound and effective defense for your situation.
immigration attorney has
more than 10 years of experience and in this time, our firm has earned the trust of corporations, officials,
and many individuals in our pursuit of compassion and justice. We have
the ability to quickly and effectively analyze your situation, explain
the implications and consequences to you, and provide a number of creative
options that best defend you and your best interests.
What sets us apart from other law firms:
- An unrelenting pursuit of justice
- A vast amount of legal experience in a number of different areas
- Creative and effective solutions for various scenarios
We care greatly for all of our clients and their human rights. Each case
that we take is handled with the compassion and empathy that are foundational
values of our firm. As members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association,
we know how to effectively defend you when you need it most.
Call our Philadelphia immigration lawyer at (215) 649-7535 to learn what you can do if you are detained.