When U.S. citizens are found guilty of crimes, they have the option of returning to society after serving their time. For immigrants, the stakes are much higher. There are a high number of crimes that can result in deportation—and the definition of what types of crime will get you deported is both vague and broad, relying on a legal standard that could be applied to a range of crimes.
What you need is a Los Angeles criminal immigration attorney to speak up for you. Attorney Arnaout has been protecting the rights of immigrants for over 10 years, offering her clients hope, strength, and clarity. If you’re facing down the barrel of the Department of Homeland Security or Immigration & Customs Enforcement, she’s the attorney who has protected her clients from being deported time and time again. You can trust us to do everything possible to protect your or your family.
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Our firm’s knowledge of criminal defense law and immigration laws means we are ideally equipped to defend your rights. As a foreign-born resident, you still have a right to due process—that means if you’re facing criminal charges or deportation, you can fight your charges in court. Don’t waste your chance. Our attorney can fight to get your charges dropped or reduced.
If you’re ready to let us start your case, call (818) 276-9900 or contact us online for an initial consultation.
If you’ve been arrested or charged, it doesn’t mean you’re automatically going to lose your visa or green card—but it does mean you’re vulnerable. The worst thing you can do is procrastinate or run. Face your accusers with someone who knows how to provide fierce, aggressive defense for non-citizens, who navigates our complex system on your behalf.
If you’ve been accused of the following, call (818) 276-9900 immediately:
Part of a criminal defense lawyer’s job is to reduce or negate charges on your behalf. If we can reduce any of these charges to a lower offense or a misdemeanor, your chance of avoiding deportation will skyrocket. However, you’ll need to act soon.
Call (818) 276-9900 as soon as possible so we can fight for you. Get a confidential consultation today!