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If you’re a non-citizen facing criminal charges, you need an experienced attorney to protect your legal status in the U.S.

We’ll explore all avenues to avoid conviction or admission of a crime. And we’ll work to help you maintain, regain, or re-establish your legal residence in the United States.


We Offer Expert Counsel

U.S. immigration laws are complex and any resolution of a criminal case—even outcomes that would normally be considered successful—can have a significant, unwanted effect on a non-citizen’s immigration status. Noncitizens can be expelled from the country following a conviction for the most minor offense—even long-time permanent residents. Plus, a prior conviction, or the mere admission of certain types of criminal behavior, can mean you’re denied entry to the country, denied re-entry if you leave and attempt to return, or ineligible for obtaining citizenship. We understand what’s at stake and we’ll protect your rights in court, keep your record clean, and work to help you maintain your immigration status.

Reach Out to Us

If you’re a noncitizen facing criminal charges, or if you’ve been asked to admit to criminal behavior, you need aggressive, effective, and efficient representation dedicated to protecting your rights and interests at every stage of your case.

To learn more about our experience defending people facing immigration consequences, send us an email or call our office at 616.458.2212.

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