Union County Deportation

New Jersey Criminal Deportation Attorney

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I cannot tell you how many individuals who have not yet become U.S. citizens come into my office in need of dire legal help because another attorney entered a plea agreement which lead to deportation charges. I have cleaned up countless cases to prevent deportation for minor criminal offenses, but it is much easier to prevent deportation when handling a criminal charge from the beginning. If you are in the United States with a green card or awaiting a visa renewal or green card and you have been charged with a criminal offense, or even shoplifting or certain other municipal court charges, don't take chances with your ability to remain in the country. Contact Anthony N. Palumbo today. The Law Offices of Palumbo & Renaud law firm defends individuals accused of offenses throughout New Jersey including Union County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Essex County, Somerset County, the towns of Elizabeth, Woodbridge, Linden, Rahway, Clark, Roselle, Roselle Park, Springfield, Kenilworth, Union, Westfield and Scotch Plains.

Consultation by phone or in person, day or night, 24/7

Conviction & Deportation
Even a conviction of a minor offense can lead to deportation. An attorney must be experienced with the relevant criminal charges and how they affect immigration status. My experience in deportation has made it possible for hundreds of immigrants to remain lawfully in the country.

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 their right to a visa renewal and re-entry into the U.S.A. While there is an exception for petty theft, the exception will not apply if the immigrant has been in the U.S.A. for less than 5 years. I have prevented convictions in countless cases so that individuals charged with theft can remain lawfully in the country.

A Conviction of the following Crimes can lead to Deportation:

How quickly you retain an attorney can be the difference between your case and thousands of others, especially in cases that involve deportation. Deportation is an extremely sensitive area of the law, and sometimes an attorney's wrongful actions cannot be undone by a subsequent and experienced attorney. Make the right decision first and contact The Law Offices of Palumbo & Renaud. The consultation is free so you have nothing to lose. Call 1-866-664-8118 for a consultation by phone or in person, 24/7.

My offices are located in Cranford and Elizabeth, New Jersey, at 190 North Ave. E., Cranford, New Jersey, 07016 & 740 Newark Ave., Elizabeth, New Jersey, 07208.