Defense From Deportation, Immigration Bonds, Motions To Reopen And Prosecutorial Discretion
When applying for an immigration benefit in the United States, you are always required to report any criminal charges or convictions, and criminal convictions can cause you to be ineligible to remain living in the United States, be unable to return to this country, or cause a denial of your application for citizenship. If you are charged with a crime and you are not a United States citizen, the attorneys at Muchnicki & Bittner, LLP can represent you in your criminal case with the understanding of the importance of potential immigration consequences and defend you in such a way as to mitigate adverse immigration consequences. Also, if you have already suffered negative immigration consequences that you were not aware of during your criminal case, we can evaluate whether post-conviction relief is available to mitigate the immigration consequences.
If you already have an old order of deportation, we may be able to help you. The attorneys at Muchnicki & Bittner, LLP, are very experienced in motions to reopen old deportation orders before the immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Even if the deportation order against you is very old, we may be able to help you.
Contact The Immigration Defense Lawyers At Muchnicki & Bittner, LLP
If you are facing a new or reopened deportation order, contact the Ohio immigration defense lawyers at Muchnicki & Bittner, LLP, by calling 614-761-9775 or filling out our online contact form.
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