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Are You a Green Card Holder? Arrested? Contact us  immediately!

It is critical for non-U.S. citizens who have been arrested and accused of  a crime to contact experienced,  knowledgeable criminal defense counsel immediately after arrest, in order to minimize the possibility of a conviction and to work out a strategy that will preserve the client’s immigration status.

 The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) contains provisions that render a non-U.S. Citizen individual removable or deportable  if he or she has been convicted of a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT).

In order to determine if a crime is a CIMT, the government first examines the statute of conviction to determine if it fits within a category of criminal activities that is considered morally reprehensible.
This determination is a very complex process requiring extensive legal analysis and application of years of court and administrative decisions that set forth the type of criminal activities typically considered to involve moral turpitude.

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