Criminal Charges & Immigration
Charged With A Crime? Worried About Deportation?
At the immigration law firm of Salinas Law Firm, we counsel clients on the immigration consequences of criminal charges. Contact us at 713.518.1711, or write us using this online form to discuss your case with an experienced immigration lawyer.
Helping Clients Avoid Inadmissibility And Removal
There can be two main potential immigration consequences for people convicted of certain crimes. Depending on the exact nature of the state or federal crime for which you are convicted, it could be used as grounds for one or both of the following:
- Inadmissibility: If you are convicted of a crime that is grounds for inadmissibility, you may be unable to renew a visa or reenter the country if you leave it.
- Removability: If the crime for which you are convicted is grounds for removability, you could be subject to deportation.
If you end up being targeted for either of these consequences after a criminal conviction, we can help you by pursuing a Waiver of Inadmissibility or offering a defense against deportation proceedings.
If you have been charged with a crime, you should consult both a criminal defense attorney and an immigration attorney as soon as possible. If you have already been convicted, we can advise you on your status and anything you may be able to do to avoid inadmissibility or deportation.
Do Not Delay | Contact Us
Every day gives us more time to mount a successful defense. Whatever your specific circumstances, don't hesitate to contact us today at 713.518.1711, or write us using our online form to discuss the immigration consequences of your criminal charges.
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