Immigration Criminal Lawyers
Being convicted for certain criminal offenses can put you at risk of deportation. Many people, even those living in the US legally, have faced this reality. Some are held in the immigration detention for an extended period before binge deported back to their mother countries.
If you are not a US citizen, and you have been accused of a federal or state crime, chances of facing a jail term or paying fines are high. Sometimes you can be deported to your country. Here at Spodek Law Group, we understand that your case is unique and we know it is our responsibility to ensure we work with you to get you the essential help you require as you work through your case. We have a team of immigration criminal lawyers specializing in immigration and deportation issues. To avoid detention indefinitely from the United States (you won’t be able to return to the US under any circumstance), consider working with professionals like us. We work effortlessly to offer specialized services to ensure this does not occur.
Currently, we specialize in representing immigrants/non-citizens in the following circumstances:
- Before a criminal conviction
- In getting post-conviction relief to clear an immigrant’s criminal record to minimize or avoid adverse immigration consequences
- In actual removal or deportation proceedings
Criminal deportation or the refusal of traveling abroad can result when these issues come into play:
- One is convicted of two moral turpitude crimes at any time
- One leaves the US for over one year
- One is convicted of a moral turpitude crime within 5 years after entering the US
- One is convicted of an aggravated felony including other felonies that don’t seem aggravated like tax evasion
You can also fail to get re-entry to the US due to the penalties that may have been set forth for the nation, including the crime you have committed.
Some reasons for deportation include drug offenses, aggravated felonies, unauthorized stay, unauthorized entry attempt, unauthorized unemployment, terrorism/security-related crimes, fraud & other related white collar crimes and overstaying the limits of a student or visitor visa. Although anything can arise, the difficulties can become excessive, a common reason most people choose to leave. However, if you want to stay and fight for your rights within this country, our immigration and deportation attorneys can assist you.
Experienced Immigration Lawyer
At Spodek Law Group offices, our attorneys offer a wide range of immigration services that assist people gain legal help and continue staying in the United States. In case you are seeking a US citizenship or you have been accused of a crime, you require all the protection you can get. The results of your criminal case can have a significant effect on your legal status and determine whether you get deported or not. This is why it’s essential to get legal advice from a knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense lawyer for your criminal charges and an immigration lawyer for your immigration problems.
Crime can affect your immigration status
Do not allow the crime you have committed have a huge impact on your immigration status. This is because being charged with any type of crime, from theft to drug possession, can affect the status of immigration and lead to deportation. Our aim is to ensure your immigration status is protected and assist people avoid deportation. We help customers with bond hearings, assisting them to be released out of jail. Our lawyers can represent you in your deportation hearing and assist you to get a waiver to stay in the United States.
Our professionals work closely with your criminal defense attorneys to advise them on how to handle your criminal case. All the facts involved in your case are evaluated thoroughly to create effective strategies in the criminal court, from getting the charges reduced to plea negotiations. We can address your immigration problems and still provide a defense attorney to handle your criminal charges.
Speak with Spodek Law Group in New York to know what we can do for you regarding your immigration criminal case. Even if you know you are innocent, getting a strong legal representation is a suitable way to get the relief you desire.