Criminal Immigrant Deportation And Removal Defense
If you are an immigrant who has been charged or convicted of a crime in Alabama, the state or local municipal authorities could turn your case over to ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) to place you in deportation or removal proceedings in Immigration Court. Since the passage of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (“IIRAIRA”), the rights of aliens in the United States have been severely curtailed when past criminal conduct is a factor. Relatively small criminal convictions that previously did not cause immigration consequences can now trigger deportation proceedings against an alien. Criminal convictions as serious as murder, and as minor as shoplifting can result in deportation with no chance to ever be allowed to have a visa to return to your family in the United States.
Call me today to talk about your Immigration Court case: Alabama Deportation Defense Attorney John V. Martine at 205-606-6788. Se habla español.