Criminal conduct, with or without a conviction, can result in serious immigration consequences, including deportation. Even permanent residents can face deportation for criminal conduct, but not U.S. Citizens. If you have been arrested and charged with committing a crime, you should seek immigration advice immediately, and before your criminal case begins. It is in your best interests if your criminal defense attorney and your immigration attorney work together on your case.
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If you have been convicted or charged with a crime, it is essential that you speak to an immigration attorney immediately. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly referred to as DACA, was established in