Non-citizens and criminal charges

 
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 A criminal conviction can result in the deportation of an immigrant legally residing in the United States. If you are a legal permanent resident, or are undocumented or overstayed your visa, and have been arrested on a criminal charge, you should seek representation by a criminal attorney for the criminal charge, and representation of a knowledgeable immigration attorney who understands the consequences of criminal convictions. Mr. Phillips has over 30 years successfully representing individuals charged with crimes never losing sight to be supportive and nonjudgmental.

The fact that Michael Phillips started his career as a criminal defense lawyer in addition to his present day practice as an immigration lawyer makes him a valuable asset if you or a loved one are in immigration court or facing deportation. Even if you have a pending criminal case or a prior conviction, finding an immigration lawyer who knows both criminal law and immigration law is critical. Mr. Phillips can advise you as to the immigration consequences of a conviction, and he may be able to remove a conviction from your record which can cause immigration complications in the future.

The immigration lawyers at Nor Cal Criminal Defense have over 25+ years in criminal defense. We know BOTH criminal law AND immigration law. Don’t plead guilty until you call us for FREE private consultation. Avoid immigration problems later. Serving all of northern California. Our criminal defense attorneys may be able to get the charges dismissed or reduced to non-deportable offenses.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss you or your family’s immigration criminal law matter with you. Please contact our office at 530-265-0186 to schedule a confidential no charge consultation or email us with any questions you may have.