New York City Immigration Crimes Defense
Criminal Proceedings & Immigration Consequences
As a non-citizen looking to achieve or retain permanent resident status
in the United States, your ability to do either of those can be destroyed
by a criminal conviction. With the help of a
New York City criminal and immigration lawyer, however, you may be able to avoid this life-altering consequence.
Options Besides Deportation
There are many possible options which may fit your circumstances and an
insightful attorney can identify the most effective approach to your case.
If you have already been convicted or entered a guilty plea, we are prepared
to fight so that you can obtain a favorable outcome, including:
Constructing a Solid Deportation Defense
If you are an alien who has been accused of a crime, it is vital you contact
a Queens immigration lawyer as soon as possible. The earlier an attorney
begins work on your case, the more opportunities there may be to defend
your rights and fight for a just outcome. One of the first possibilities
that should be reviewed is that of the
reduction and removal of criminal charges. It may be that certain procedural violations of lack of admissible evidence
can result in your case being dismissed. If your case is to proceed, it
may be possible to have your charges reduced to a non-deportable offense.
Our unique approach at Musa-Obregon & Associates is made possible by
our expertise in both criminal law and immigration law. Without being
able to take a comprehensive view of a case which considers all aspects
these encompass, it is all too easy for mistakes to be made which can
hinder your freedom or your immigration status.
Attorney Michael Musa-Obregon is a
proud member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers as well as the
American Immigration Lawyers Association and has achieved many successes for his clients.
Call (888) 502-8461 for an appointment today!
Criminal Defense Lawyer in New York & Queens
Our firm is dedicated to defending your rights and protecting you from
criminal deportation. Such crimes may include "crimes of moral turptitude," which
are crimes that are considered to be shocking or is considered an evil
act committed with intent. The U.S. criminal justice system considers
these types of crimes the most serious, and thus, convictions come with
very heavy punishments.
We can help if you have been charged with or convicted of:
We are prepared to defend you if you have been accused of the above, including
other offenses that could leave you vulnerable to deportation. Our seasoned
legal team operates with hard-hitting criminal defense tactics and will
not only have your immigration status as a priority but will also fight
to keep you free of the potential consequences under criminal law.
Contact a Queens criminal defense and immigration attorney
for a comprehensive approach to defending your criminal case and protecting
your immigration rights.
We represent individuals throughout Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Manhattan,
Rockland County and Westchester County.