Deportation

Our Texas Deportation Lawyers Can Help You Avoid Deportation

Whenever immigrants become involved in the justice system, the stakes are high. Any criminal case can have an impact on admissibility to the United States, work or student visa status, maintaining an existing green card, eligibility for permanent residency or citizenship. The consequences can be much more far-reaching than the criminal penalties — the ultimate effect can be a fundamental disruption of your life and that of your family, even deportation.

It is essential for non-citizens who are accused of crimes to get a Texas immigration attorney who understands these risks. Criminal defense lawyers do not understand the effects of criminal convictions on immigration status frequently recommend pleading guilty to charges, thinking that they are getting a “good deal” for their clients. Many clients only find out later that their guilty plea has made them ineligible for admission to the U.S., lost them their green card or taken away their chance for United States citizenship.

A Texas Deportation Lawyer May Be Able to Help You Even If You Have Already Been Convicted

If you have already been convicted of a crime, it may not be too late to prevent removal or other negative impact on your immigration status. In some circumstances, we may be able to file an appeal or a motion to vacate your conviction or guilty plea.

Get justice, Hire A Tough Immigration Deportation Attorney! Don’t get deported.

If you have been arrested, charged, or convicted of a crime and are concerned about the effect it may have on your immigration status, we are here to help you. Contact our office by e-mail or by phone at toll-free at to speak with an immigration attorney today.

To learn more about how our Texas Immigration Attorneys can help you, contact our firm today.

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