Protect Yourself From The Immigration Consequences Of A Criminal Charge Or Conviction

You've worked hard to build a life in the United States, and it's important to ensure that your rights are protected. Immigration cases can be difficult to navigate if you aren't familiar with the numerous (and constantly changing) laws, rules and regulations in the United States regarding immigration. That's why it is vitally important to work with an attorney who thoroughly understands your situation and the complex interplay between criminal and immigration law.

With the status of our government's policy on border laws, it is imperative that you work with a knowledgeable and compassionate legal team — which is where Salomon & Salomon can help. As former Broward County public defenders with over two decades of combined legal experience, we have assisted countless individuals with issues associated with immigration status and potential deportation. We are passionate about defending the members of our Fort Lauderdale and Coral Springs community and have extensive experience as trial attorneys and are happy to help you with both the initial criminal charges and any associated immigration problems. We are also proud members of the Broward County Hispanic Bar Association.

Criminal Legal Issues Can Affect Your Immigration Status

Immigration issues can begin from the moment of your arrest — even for seemingly minor charges — and can get worse with a criminal conviction. It is important to contact a lawyer as soon as you are arrested or charged with an offense. At Salomon & Salomon, we help ensure that your rights are being protected and your status in the United States is not unnecessarily jeopardized. Criminal charges that can result in deportation include:

  • Violent crimes
  • Crimes of moral turpitude
  • Drug crimes
  • Domestic violence
  • Serious misdemeanors

Furthermore, small cases can easily turn into larger immigration problems. It's vital to start the conversation about your case with an attorney as soon as possible. Remember — any charge can potentially lead to deportation.

Get In Touch With Our Attorneys To Review Your Case

Criminal cases — and the potential immigration consequences that come with them — are often not as simple as they seem. That's why it is so important to discuss your situation with a knowledgeable, compassionate and dedicated team of lawyers to explain your options and help you determine your best course forward.

Contact Salomon & Salomon if you are in Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale or southeast Florida and need legal advice pertaining to the immigration consequences of a criminal charge or conviction. Please call 954-703-4215 or send us an email to schedule a review of your case.

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