Immigration Consequences Of Criminal Charges

Don’t Let Criminal Charges Jeopardize Your Immigration Status

Criminal charges can put your immigration status in jeopardy. In addition to detention, deportation and refusal of reentry, you may face jail time in the United States or your country of origin if convicted. It is imperative to work with a skilled lawyer who can defend your rights.

I am Mark A. Perez. At my law firm, I help clients throughout West Texas who face criminal charges or immigration law problems. When these areas intersect, I know how to stand up for you and protect your rights.

What Happens To Non-Citizens Charged With A Crime?

Whether you have permanent residency in the U.S. or you do not have the correct documentation, there is a series of steps that you will go through if charged with a crime:

  1. Investigation and questioning
  2. Arrest and detention
  3. Notification of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  4. Immigration hearing
  5. Court decision regarding removal

At every one of these steps, I will ensure that the state respects your rights. I will fight to give you the best chance possible of staying in the U.S.

Dedication – Integrity – Honesty

As a lifelong Texan, I am dedicated to representing the people of my community. I care deeply about standing up for you and protecting your future. When you work with me, I will sit down with you and have a frank, honest conversation. Even if the truth is not easy to hear, I will not sugarcoat it. I believe in providing you with the unvarnished information that you need to make the right decisions.

Talk To Me In A Free Consultation

Do not leave your future to chance; contact Mark A. Perez, Attorney at Law. I provide free initial consultations. Call me in Dallas at 214-646-1557 or email me using my online contact form.