Newburgh Deportation Defense Lawyer
Certain criminal charges — primarily those considered “crimes of moral turpitude” — can trigger deportation from the United States if the convicted person is not a U.S. citizen. Crimes of moral turpitude include sexual offenses, theft crimes and violent crimes. Typically, people who are convicted of any type of felony are also subject to removal.
If you or someone you care about is facing deportation due to a criminal charge, it is important to hire an attorney who can handle both the criminal defense and deportation defense aspects of the case. I’m Osa Igunbor and as an experienced immigration and criminal defense lawyer, I am well-prepared to represent you in these complex legal matters.
Orange County Removal Defense Attorney
At the conclusion of a criminal matter, a detained immigrant may have a detainer lodge by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. That will be the beginning of a Removal Proceedings. Depending on how long the Immigrant has been in the country, they may qualify for relief against removal. Contact my law firm for assistance as soon as possible to make sure all of your options are explored if you are facing removal.
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To learn more about my services and to discuss your legal needs with an experienced Newburgh deportation defense attorney, call my New York law firm at 845-337-5011 or email me to arrange a consultation.