Immigration & Criminal Defense Attorneys in Raleigh & Asheville North Carolina
We can’t stress this enough – if you have criminal and immigration issues, you need to speak with an immigration attorney before you take any action in your criminal case. Do not plea, do not make a deal, do not speak with the police, do not post a bond, do not sign anything, contact us first. Every case is different and time is of the essence.
Our Experienced Immigration Lawyers Will Help You Navigate The Process
Whether you are a relative or fiancé interested in learning more about criminal charges and immigration status, please call our firm today. Time is of the essence, and every official action you make can be used against your immigration status. Call our experienced immigration attorneys today to discuss your situation.
Your Immigration Status May Be At Risk
If you are a non-U.S. citizen who has been charged with a crime, you need to review your immigration status with an experienced attorney. This is true even if you are a permanent resident – anyone who is not a U.S. citizen can potentially be deported.
The complexities involved in this side of the law are intense. Entering into a deferral agreement where all criminal charges will be dismissed could ultimately result in your deportation or denial of your adjustment of status.
You may be in a situation where your previous criminal record is coming back to bite you on the immigration side. There may be mechanisms to undo some of the damage on your record – but again, tread carefully. Filing an expungement may seem like a good fix, but it can have disastrous results in Immigration Court.
Fay & Grafton has represented hundreds of citizenship cases in North Carolina
Contact Fay & Grafton today to arrange the important initial consultation. Call or use our online contact form. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.