Grounds for Deportation in NY

Are you at risk of deportation? Call NYC Immigration Lawyers

Once admitted to the United States as a permanent resident, you may still be subject to deportation in light of certain circumstances. Contact a New York immigration lawyer right away if any of the following apply to you:

  • Violating your status. This may involve being found to have been inadmissible at time of entry or failing to maintain resident status in that you are judged to have established residency elsewhere. Being in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act and related laws can also result in deportation. This would include remaining in the United States longer than authorized or entering the United States without inspection. Aliens who have encouraged or assisted illegal immigration may be subject to deportation, as with those who entered into a fraudulent marriage to obtain immigration benefits.
  • Becoming a public charge within five years of immigrating due to causes that existed before you entered the United States.
  • Engaging in activity relating to terrorism, espionage, sabotage, or export of goods, technology or sensitive information from the U.S., in violation of United States law. Other activity which threatens national security or public safety or has the purpose of opposing or overthrowing the government by unlawful means is included here.
  • Failing to register a change of address with the USCIS or being convicted of a crime relating to fraud or misuse of visas.
  • Voting in violation of the restrictions placed on aliens.
  • Admitting to or being convicted of certain crimes, such as aggravated felonies, crimes of moral turpitude, drug crimes, firearms offense, domestic violence, and others.

Queens Criminal Deportation Attorney

Our legal team at Musa-Obregon & Associates is highly skilled at identifying any factors which can protect you from deportation even in light of the above circumstances. We are sensitive to the fact that your entire lifestyle is at risk and are dedicated to using our 100 years of combined experience to your greatest benefit.

Contact a New York criminal deportation attorney right away if you suspect you may be at risk of deportation.

We represent individuals throughout Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Manhattan, Rockland County and Westchester County.

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