Criminal Immigration Matters And Fraud

Criminal convictions, including certain misdemeanors, and fraud can have a huge detrimental impact on your immigration status if you are a permanent resident, an individual in deportation or removal immigration court proceedings, or an individual seeking entry into the U.S. through a family based visa. There are removability waivers, applications to cancel your removal from the U.S., and I-601 application for waiver of grounds of inadmissibility also known as I-601 hardship waiver.

Only a skilled immigration attorney can identify the proper waiver available for your unique situation and stop your deportation or removal from the U.S. or assist you with entering the U.S. legally in spite of your prior conviction.

You should always contact immigration attorney Cara Wilkins before you enter into any guilty plea, accept probation, or receive any type of sentence. The Law Office of Cara Wilkins will review your criminal case and immigration status and advise you of any consequences that the crime has on your immigration status now and in the future. Law Office of Cara Wilkins also represents individuals in select criminal cases.

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