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Are you a non-citizen who has been charged with a crime? You need an attorney that understands the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. As a top-rated criminal immigration lawyer, I will do anything possible to get the best possible results for you, whether by negotiating a favorable plea agreement, or defend you in a criminal or immigration court.

I represented dozens of clients in criminal matters, both in State and Federal Courts. Among the others, I have experience with violent crimes, drug cases, and immigration fraud cases. I also represented numerous non-citizens before immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and Federal District Courts.

I am extremely dedicated at what I do. I have a deep understanding of both immigration and criminal law, including the most recent immigration policies. I offer the highest level of advocacy to help you fight your criminal or deportation case. My goal is for you to obtain the most favorable result in your matter.

I am admitted to practice in all the State and Federal Courts of New York and New Jersey, as well as the Connecticut Federal Courts. I am proud to say that I was selected in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 New Jersey Rising Stars list as one of the best immigration lawyers. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. When you retain me as your criminal and immigration attorney, I will work tirelessly on your State or Federal case.

Contact a criminal immigration attorney today to explore your options as an immigrant accused of a crime.

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Why You Need a Criminal Immigration Lawyer

Even if you are a lawful permanent resident (green card holder), you could face deportation if:

  • Convicted of an aggravated felony
  • Convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude

When you face serious criminal charges as an immigrant, you are in urgent need of strong and dedicated criminal immigration defense. Criminal defense for non-U.S. citizens require a deep understanding of how criminal State law interacts with Federal immigration laws.

Green Card holders can be deported if they are convicted of certain serious crimes. Also, illegal immigrants must be very cautious when they are charged with a crime, because a conviction for an aggravated felony or a crime involving moral turpitude can be a ban from ever becoming a lawful permanent resident.

In general terms, an “aggravated felony” refers to certain categories of offenses for which at least 1 year of incarceration is imposed. An aggravated felony is a permanent bar of inadmissibility to the U.S., and the most severe ground of deportation of non-citizens. A crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT) is a criminal offense that is intrinsically wrong and morally reprehensible.

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