New Jersey Criminal Deportation Attorney
Monmouth County Offices of Palumbo & Renaud
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Are you an immigrant who's been charged with an offense in New Jersey? Even minor crimes can put hard working immigrants who are legally in the country at risk for being deported and separated from loved ones. If you have been charged with any kind of offense and you are an immigrant, do not make a plea bargain or enter a guilty plea without speaking to an attorney who is experienced in immigration law.
I am Anthony N. Palumbo, Monmouth County deportation attorney, and I may be able to help you if you or a loved one is facing the possibility of being removed from the U.S. At the law offices of Palumbo & Renaud, I have helped countless clients remain in the country by obtaining immigration bonds, successfully moving for post-conviction relief, or getting the original charges dropped.
If you are an immigrant and have been charged with an offense, contact me immediately at either online or at 1-866-664-8118. I will provide you with a free initial consultation and I will do everything within my power to secure your residence in the United States. The Palumbo & Renaud law office defends individuals accused of offenses throughout Monmouth County, including the municipalities of Asbury Park, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Freehold, Long Branch, Brielle.
Conviction & Deportation
Felonies that cause deportation can include Drug Charges (except for less than 30 grams of marijuana for personal use), Assault and Violent Crimes, White Collar Crimes, Sex Offenses, and Crimes against Children. Even a conviction on a minor offense or DUI can lead to deportation, however. An attorney must be experienced with the relevant criminal charges and understand how they affect immigration status.
Shoplifting & Theft Crimes
Shoplifting and theft crimes are generally considered crimes of moral turpitude, and when an immigrant is convicted of such a crime that person will lose his or her right to a visa renewal and re-entry into the U.S. While there is an exception for petty theft, the exception will not apply if the immigrant has been in the country for less than 5 years. I have prevented convictions in countless cases so that individuals charged with theft can remain lawfully in the country.
Post-Conviction Relief & Deportation
Post-conviction relief is a process to reverse a conviction or withdraw a guilty plea entered in the past. In order to make a request for post-conviction relief, there must be a valid basis. If any one of the following grounds can be proved, the conviction will be removed and automatic deportation will not result.
- The original attorney did not properly represent the client; or
- The factual basis for the plea was defective; or
- Had the defendant realized pleading guilty would lead to deportation he would not have done it
Having a Lawyer by Your Side
The list of offenses that lead to deportation is long, and deportation can be all too simple without a Deportation Defense Attorney to protect your rights. Whether you are here legally or illegally, you have rights that need protection.
Contact me today either online or at 1-866-664-8118 and I will provide you with a free initial consultation. I will guide you through this process and I will take all measures possible to make sure you do not have to leave the United States and part with your loved ones. Not only am I a Deportation Defense Lawyer, but I am also a former prosecutor and current public defender with over 35 years of experience. I am familiar with both sides of the law, and with me on your side, you will not be inadvertently deported. The consultation is free, so you have nothing to lose. Don't face deportation alone.
My offices are located in Cranford at 190 North Ave. E., Cranford and in Elizabeth at 740 Newark Ave.