When Conviction Leads to Deportation
New Jersey Deportation for Criminal Charges Attorney
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Often immigrants are subject to deportation because they entered into a plea bargain or pled guilty to a crime without realizing it would result in automatic deportation. If you or a loved one is in this situation, I may be able to assist you. At The Law Offices of Anthony N. Palumbo I have helped countless immigrants avoid deportation for prior convictions by filing a request for post-conviction relief. If the request is granted, the deportation process will halt. Contact me today at 908-643-6801 for a Free Phone Discussion and find out whether I can prevent you or your family members from being deported.
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
A Conviction of the Following Crimes can lead to Deportation:
- Possession of Drugs
- Crimes against Children
- Domestic Violence
- Violation of a Protective Order
Detainers & Immigration Bonds
Sometimes when illegal aliens are charged with a crime or involved in an illegal situation, they are automatically detained for deportation. This often happens when an immigrant has accepted a plea for one crime and gets charged with a second crime. Basically, a detained individual will be kept in prison until he is deported unless action can be taken by a qualified deportation attorney. At The Law Offices of Anthony N. Palumbo, 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.
For more information on deportation for criminal charges, please visit my other pages:
- Deportation for Criminal Charges
- Deportation for Criminal Charges in Union County
Reputation for Success Preventing Deportation
If you or a loved one is being detained for deportation because of a prior conviction or entry of a guilty plea, do not give up hope. I have helped countless immigrants out of this situation and prevented deportation from the United States through post-conviction relief. Contact me today for a Free Phone Discussion at 908-643-6801 . The call is free and I will explain your rights and whether post-conviction relief can prevent deportation in your case.