Under our nation’s immigration laws, certain criminal convictions can provide grounds for deportation, if the perpetrator of the crime is a non-citizen. If you are a non-citizen who has been accused of committing a crime, it is very important that you contact a New York City immigration attorney as soon as possible. Even if your alleged crime is a minor violation, you could still be in danger of deportation. A skilled attorney can provide you with legal defense that will increase your chances of being able to remain in the U.S.
Feiner & Lavy, Attorney at Law provides legal representation in immigration matters of all types. In addition to helping individuals apply for green cards, visas, and permanent U.S. residency, we also provide legal defense to non-citizens facing criminal charges and deportation. If you are facing a deportation case or removal proceedings, our firm is available to provide you with help right away. We will aggressively fight against your charges in an effort to prove your innocence and secure your ability to keep living in the United States. Our legal team is available to serve you in the following languages: English, Arabic, Hebrew, and Spanish.
Many non-citizens who are charged with a criminal offense enter a guilty plea without knowing the impact that their plea will have on their immigration status. It is not uncommon for deportation or removal proceedings to be initiated while non-citizens are still being held by the criminal correctional system. Additionally, an ICE hold may be placed against these non-citizens, which requires that they remain in custody even if they have posted bail or completed their sentences.
If you have been accused of committing a crime, contact a New York City immigration lawyer who will protect your rights and fight to keep you from being deported or removed from the U.S.
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