For immigrants, the stress of facing criminal charges contains an added layer of concern. Criminal convictions, and in some case even simply being charged with a crime, can result in denial of your green card or citizenship application, or worse, detention or deportation.
What makes matters worse is that criminal defense attorneys are often unaware of the immigration consequences of criminal charges. You may be offered a plea bargain that seems like a quick and easy resolution of your criminal case, only to find yourself in deportation proceedings. Further, criminal court judges and prosecutors are under no obligation to help you
understand how your case may impact your immigration status.
If you are charged with a crime, talk to an immigration attorney before accepting a plea bargain. Certain criminal offenses, even if they are misdemeanors, can result in deportation.
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At Preston & Brar LLC, our lawyers utilize their skill and knowledge of the immigration system to help those facing criminal charges to avoid the potential negative impacts to their immigration status. Sharon Preston is an experienced criminal defense attorney in addition to her focus on immigration law, and has extensive knowledge regarding the interplay of immigration and criminal law.
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Criminal charges can have a significant impact on your immigration status. Turn to the skilled and experienced immigration lawyers of Preston & Brar LLC. To schedule a free initial consultation,