Criminal convictions can have significant consequences for a person who is not a US citizen. Those consequences can include deportation.
An immigrant who is facing Deportation (also referred to more formally as “Removal”) may have one or more ways to avoid being deported. It is important for those individuals facing deportation to understand their legal options, and to have an attorney who can help them navigate this complex area of the law. A few of the ways that a non-citizen can potentially avoid deportation are
Deportation, more formally referred to as “Removal,” is when the United States government forcefully makes a non-citizen leave the country. The government may attempt to remove a non-citizen from the United States due to an alleged violation of immigration or criminal law. Removal is a serious matter, as a person who is Removed may be forever