Criminal Law & Immigration Status
If you are not a United States citizen living in America, any contact you have with law enforcement may affect your immigration status. Arrests can hurt your chances of getting permanent residence, a work or student visa, or citizenship.
Being found guilty of a criminal crime can have serious consequences.
These can include:
- Citizenship Denied
- Permanent Residence Denied
- You may be held in detention
- You may be unable to return to the United States for a set number of years
- You may be permanently banned from returning to the United States
Criminal Defense & Immigration Status
We represent people who, in many cases are in the removal proceedings due to criminal convictions. Our immigrant / crime lawyers handle these case, we represent individuals during plea negotiations, trials and sentencing and appeals. These cases can range from minor misdemeanors like traffic violations to federal cases such as violent crimes and drug cases.
Immigration law and criminal law are both very complicated. We practice in both areas and therefore are able to offer quality, personalized legal representation to our immigration and criminal law clients and work diligently to reach the best possible outcome for the situation at hand.
Contact a Chicago – Cook County, Illinois U.S. Immigration, Citizenship & Naturalization Lawyer – Honest, hardworking & dedicated to protecting your freedom – call TODAY!
To schedule a free consultation with a Chicago immigration lawyer at one of our local offices, call 773-521-3300, 708-788-9900 or contact us by e-mail.