Deportation for Criminal Charges
New Jersey Criminal Deportation Lawyer
Union County Immigration Attorney
New Jersey Deportation Lawyer
Criminal Deportation Defense Attorney
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 deportation and separation 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.
My name is Anthony N. Palumbo, Deportation Defense attorney, and I have cleaned up countless cases in which non-immigration lawyers entered plea bargains for their immigrant clients which almost resulted in deportation. A conviction of the most minor crime can lead to deportation and a plea bargain or guilty plea is the same as a conviction. If you are an immigrant and have been charged with an offense, contact me immediately at 908-643-6801 . I will provide you with a free initial consultation, and do everything within my power to secure your residence in the United States.
Our firm defends individuals throughout New Jersey including: Berkeley Heights, Eatontown, Fanwood, Garwood, Kearny, Elizabeth, Woodbridge, Linden, Rahway, Clark, Westfield, Cranford, Roselle, Roselle Park, Springfield, Plainfield, Maplewood, Scotch Plains, Kenilworth, Summit, Union Township, Sayreville, Piscataway, Edison, and New Brunswick.
Conviction & Deportation
Ever since the passage of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, even a conviction of a minor offense can lead to the deportation of immigrants. An attorney must be familiar with the relevant criminal charges and how they affect an immigrant’s deportation status. If your attorney is not familiar with both sides of the law, it may result in your deportation. Take a look at the following crimes, a conviction, plea bargain, or guilty plea of which can lead to deportation.
A Conviction of the following Crimes can lead to Deportation:
- Possession of drugs
- Illegal entry into the United States
- Improper re-entry into the United States
- Expired visa
- Marriage Fraud to gain Entry
- Crimes of moral turpitude
- Aggravated felony
- High speed flight from immigration check point
- Failure to register as a sex offender
- Drugs (except less than 30 grams of marijuana for personal use)
- Drug abuse or addiction
- Violation of gun laws (like no license to carry or own)
- Domestic Violence
- Violation of Protection Order
- Crimes against Children.
- Failure to Register
- Falsification of Documents
- Document Fraud
- Falsely Claiming Citizenship
- Voting Unlawfully
- Failure to Update Address
If you are an Immigrant and have been charged with an offense, do not enter a plea bargain or guilty plea without contacting an experienced deportation defense attorney. When it comes to deportation, don’t take a chance with an inexperienced attorney or you may end up separated from your family forever.
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 at 908-643-6801 and I will provide you with a free initial consultation. I will guide you through this process. 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 thirty-five (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.
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