Criminal Conduct and Immigration Consequences

 

Traditionally, criminal defense and immigration law were considered as two
distinct and different areas of law which operated separately from one
another. However, recent law enforcement trends and judicial decisions have
drastically shifted the legal landscape and have combined these two areas of
the law for those people who are not U.S. citizens and are facing criminal
charges.

With Donald Trump as President of the United States, law enforcement has
been ordered to focus on non-citizens who live in this country. The
Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Immigration and Customs
Enforcement (ICE) have been instructed to not only prioritize the deportation
of serious criminal offenders, but these agencies have also been ordered to
deport immigrants who commit low-level crimes. Arrests of immigrants with
no criminal history has nearly tripled in the last year under the Trump
Administration. And more frightening, even those immigrants with legal
residency papers may find themselves deported out of the country.

Have an Experienced New York/New Jersey Criminal and Immigration Law Firm on Your Side

The immigration consequences of a criminal arrest or conviction can be
extremely unforgiving and punitive. A very minor criminal offense could have
drastic immigration consequences, including deportation, detention without
bond or being denied re-entry into the United States. Travieso Law’s criminal
defense attorneys and its Immigration attorneys have over 15 years of
firsthand experience handling immigration consequences of alleged criminal
matters and we assists clients both in New York and New Jersey.

We have a long history of strategizing deportation and removal defenses for our clients.

For me information, contact our experienced criminal and immigration
lawyers in New York City or New Jersey today at 212-292-4557 or on our 24
hour hotline at 917-435-3700. Travieso Law will always be in your corner.