Deportation has become a hot-button social issue, particularly in the United States. Yet removal, as it is also known, has always been a major concern for those most affected by its ramifications, undocumented immigrants, legal temporary residents of a country, and their families. This book offers a practical approach to coping with one's own deportation or that of a loved one. Included are definitive questions to ask an immigration lawyer, as well as detailed examinations of deportation causes and procedures. By the final pages of this book, readers facing the harsh reality of deportation should feel hopeful and empowered.