Cases with Immigration Consequences
Powerful Advocacy from Our Walnut Creek Criminal Defense Attorney
Many criminal cases can have serious, adverse immigration consequences denying relief to immigrants with different forms of status in the United States. Be aware that convictions can result in adverse actions against visa holders.
Attorney Thomas Daly is an immigrant himself—he came to the US in 1996—so he has an understanding of what immigration is like and has experienced dealing with immigration agencies. He has extensive experience handling these types of cases and can advise you of the possible consequences a conviction can carry.
If you are an immigrant facing a serious criminal allegation, our knowledgeable Walnut Creek criminal defense lawyer is ready to hear from you. Call for a free consultation.
Additional Consequences for Immigrants
When a visa holder or an undocumented resident is convicted of a crime, they can face additional ramifications if convicted of a crime. In both cases, the federal government can take steps that can dramatically affect an individual's status here in the U.S.
Following a conviction, an immigrant can face:
- Denial of naturalization
- Denial of other types of status
Attorney Daly also knows how to arrange a settlement in a criminal case so that your immigration status is better protected. If you are not a US Citizen and are facing criminal charges you should seek the advice of a competent attorney who can help you.
If you are an immigrant, you do not have to face your criminal charge alone. Call us at (925) 208-4801 today.