Criminal arrest and deportation

Is it important to hire an attorney who understands both criminal and immigration law?  YES – there are many grounds of deportation, and in the state of Texas, even “tickets” for assault or family violence that do not lead to an arrest can still land you in deportation if you simply pay the fine and/or plea No Contest.

We are living in unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however ICE continues to detain and deport people daily. You have rights, and you have options.

If you are arrested, you need to call our office immediately, so we can assess your criminal case and inform you of your immigration consequences before you accept any offer or pay any fine. The failure to do so can lead to you being placed in removal proceedings and risk deportation and exile from this country.

I am a bilingual Immigration Attorney in the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) area. My primary office is located in Grand Prairie, TX but I service a broad area of Texas. If you are looking for an Immigration Attorney in Lubbock or an Immigration Attorney in Abilene, or any part of Texas, I want to help you!

Call me today! (972) 262-4545

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