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Advising of the Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas

Noncitizens must be very careful about how they plea in criminal court as a “conviction” for immigration purposes is not the same as the criminal definition of conviction. A foreign national who has not been convicted in criminal court may still find himself subject to removal/deportation as a result of a particular plea. In some cases, a plea that may result in a minimal fine or probation can still trigger harsh penalties in the immigration context. Working with …
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Relief from Removal

There are various types of relief from removal that may be available to you or your family members in immigration court.  Every case in immigration court is different, but all are highly complex and require careful strategy and preparation. It is therefore not recommended that you attend your immigration hearings alone as you may be missing out on relief for which you are eligible.