Why Hire Criminal Immigration Lawyer
Immigrating to America is a complicated process, it is time-consuming, requires a plethora of paperwork and numerous government organizations to give their approval. At any step in the process, your immigration paperwork can be denied, even more so if you have a felony on your criminal record. Furthermore, even some misdemeanors can be considered felonies or aggravated felonies for immigration purposes.
There are numerous reasons you could be ordered to leave the U. S., conviction for a crime of moral turpitude such as murder, rape, DUI, fraud, assault with intent to rob or kill or arson. Aggravated felonies, failure to register as a sex offender, drug related and gun-related crimes, domestic violence and crimes against the U.S. or other citizens, such as treason or espionage, can all result in your removal from the U. S. Hiring an attorney that specializes in immigration law is the best thing you can do for yourself and anyone who is relying on your continued residency in this country.
The felony immigration lawyers at Legalquest Network are a team of experienced, knowledgeable and compassionate attorneys who have been providing waivers and successful appeals to our clients for over 50 years. You have a right to submit an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals if you have been ordered to leave this country. This Board within the U. S. Department of Justice has a duty to review the paperwork and render a decision after providing a receipt that they received your appeal. You only have 30 days after the judge’s order to submit the appeal, and if it’s incomplete or improperly filled out, the submission will not be accepted and you could face deportation.
If you were charged with a felony, the options you have to stay in this country become limited. Your best course of action is to hire a felony immigration attorney to fight your case and prevent a conviction. The DHS or the Department of Homeland Security has made it clear that their immigration enforcement efforts prioritize the deportation of convicted criminals and people who are considered threats to public safety, border security and obviously, national security. Not falling into these categories increases your chances of continual residence in the U. S.
Felony immigration attorneys at Legalquest Network Team provide legal assistance in the cities of Detroit, Dearborn, Southfield, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Sterling Heights.