If you are not a US citizen and have been charged with a crime, you have to consider the immigration consequences that a criminal case could have. A conviction may lead to deportation or denial of citizenship.

We are familiar with both criminal and immigration law!

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Sometimes the deportation process of someone who has been convicted of a crime is referred to as a criminal immigration or criminal deportation. The truth is, there is no separate criminal or felony deportation process when a person is being deported. The deportation process starts when the Department of Homeland Security initiates removal proceedings of a non-citizen for conviction of a crime.

Whether you have been convicted or simply charged with a crime, it is important that the non-us citizen be represented by a lawyer, or as some refer to as, a Deportation Lawyer, Criminal Immigration Attorney or Criminal Deportation Lawyer. Be sure you are represented by a lawyer or attorney who is experienced in both immigration and criminal law matters.

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