Monday, September 23, 2013

Will a criminal conviction or arrest affect my immigration status?

    If you are not a United States citizen, an arrest and/or conviction can affect your immigration status. Certain criminal convictions can directly lead to being placed in removal proceedings (also commonly referred to as deportation proceedings)
    If you are not a United States Citizen and you have been charged with a crime, it is particularly important that you consult with an experienced attorney that is familiar with the criminal and immigration laws. It is important that before you plead to any type of criminal charge you are fully aware of the immigration consequences of the criminal conviction.

    For more  information or to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced Immigration Attorneys, please call us today at 888-553-5806 or email

    Brandt Immigration
    Orlando Immigration Lawyers
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