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Help With Criminal Issues and Immigration

Facing criminal charges can be extremely stressful—especially if you are also worried about your immigration status. You might not fully understand the charges or the legal processes involved, and you might not know how a criminal conviction could impact your immigration status. In some cases, a conviction could destroy all you have built in this country.

With some crimes, a conviction will not necessarily prevent you from obtaining a green card but could make it more difficult. Other, more serious crimes, could prevent your immigration efforts completely. Similarly, while some crimes could result in deportation, other criminal charges will not necessarily lead to deportation.

A Strong Defense Starts Here

The most important thing you can do is talk with our attorneys to understand your situation and mount a strong defense against a charge or conviction.

We have helped many immigrants negotiate plea deals to avoid losing their green cards, or to ensure a future green card application will not be harmed. And, we have represented many immigrants convicted of crimes to obtain immigration status or prevent deportation.

Our lawyers can help you fight all types of criminal issues, including:

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Drug possession
  • Domestic violence
  • Theft crimes
  • Sex crimes

Good Legal Help Is The Most Important Thing

When dealing with immigration law in the United States, there is nothing more important than hiring a good team of immigration lawyers to help you. Immigration law is extremely complicated. Without legal training and experience, it is almost impossible for anyone to understand the system. It is easy to make mistakes and hurt your own case.

Often, even your criminal lawyer may be unaware of the complexities and require our specialized assistance. Contact Fuerza Immigration Lawyers. Call us at 510-834-1288 or email us today to talk with a lawyer from our firm.

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