Misdemeanors and Felonies

Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions

If you have been charged with a crime but have not yet been convicted, it is imperative that you speak with an attorney to learn the consequences to your immigration status if convicted of the local, state or federal charges. Certain criminal convictions impact your ability to apply for citizenship, maintain your legal permanent residency status, or result in your removal from the United States. However, it may be possible to receive a different conviction in order to avoid serious immigration consequences.

Let our experienced immigration and criminal attorneys support and fight on your behalf to keep you and your loved ones together. Schedule a consultation today, so that you can meet us in a private, comfortable setting to discuss your immigration and criminal issues.

For further information or questions please call 703-596-0235 or send us an email at hainerporras.com, to schedule a consultation in our Alexandria, Virginia office. Lesley, our immigration attorney, can help clients in Virginia, Maryland, and DC – or any other state – because immigration is a federal matter.

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