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○ Immigration & Impact of Criminal, Traffic, & Municipal Violations

Legal permanent residents and applicants for Citizenship are sometimes alarmed by the fact that even relatively minor crimes, traffic offenses, and municipal court convictions can result in the denial of immigration benefits.   In more serious situations, immigrants are faced with deportation, as the USCIS (Immigration Service) may issue a Notice to Appear in Deportation / Removal Proceedings.

This is because the conviction or “ticket” received by the immigrant (even though all fines were paid and there was no jail time ) constituted a “crime involving moral turpitude” or compromised the “good moral character” of the client.

THE ALBERTO BROTHERS LAW FIRM represents Immigrants who have been charged with crimes, traffic, or municipal ordinances in courts throughout the United States.  We are invaluable in these instances, because we have knowledge both of the immigration system and these court systems.  As such, we understand what many criminal attorneys do not – that aside from fines, penalties, and prison time, immigrant clients are very concerned with avoiding deportation and the ability to become a U.S. Citizen.

If you have been charged or convicted of a crime, even though you may think it is not very serious, please reach out to THE ALBERTO BROTHERS LAW FIRM, so that you can best understand the immigration consequences of this activity.   We can work with you and your criminal attorney to help mitigate the damage to your current and future immigration benefits, such as your green card and your ability to Naturalize as a U.S. Citizen.

Please call THE ALBERTO BROTHERS LAW FIRM now to set up a consultation to discuss your case.