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CRIMINAL CHARGES & IMMIGRATION

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If you are a non-citizen of the U.S. facing criminal charges or have been convicted of a crime, this can negatively affect your legal status and put a serious damper on your future applications for a green card or citizenship. Criminal charges can present a major problem for many potential immigrants, including the threat of deportation, inadmission, and more. For these reasons, it is incredibly important to meet with a reputable and trustworthy Oakland immigration attorney as soon as possible. Our team at U.S. Immigration Attorney can review your record and discuss how your charges can affect you, and advise you on what steps you should take.
Discuss your concerns in a no-obligation case review, provided at no cost.

The following crimes might block, delay, or ban you from citizenship:

 Attempt or conspiracy to commit a crime involving moral turpitude, including political offenses

 A controlled substance violation (including trafficking) in the United States or a foreign country

 Seeking to enter the United States to engage in money laundering

An aggravated felony conviction

Human trafficking

Prostitution

Convictions of crimes with prison sentences of more than 5 years

AVOID DEPORTATION AND THE REVOCATION OF YOUR CITIZENSHIP

If you have been charged with a crime, don’t give up hope. Even if you think that you are inadmissible to the United States, there may be an opportunity to seek a waiver that can provide legal forgiveness, allowing you to stay in the country. If you have been previously convicted of a crime and want to seek a visa, green card, or citizenship, or if you have been charged after being awarded a visa or green card, our team at U.S Immigration Attorney can help you understand the options available to you.

Call U.S. Immigration Attorney at (510) 466-1325 if you are facing crimes charges in San Francisco or Oakland.

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When you meet with us, we can address your concerns and discuss what you can do moving forward. We will explore your options with you and discuss how we can help you overcome this difficult during a free consultation. We are ready to put our vast experience and understanding of immigration law to work for you.

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