Protecting your legal status as a permanent resident or lawful immigrant to the United States can be as important to you as staying out of jail. The risk of deportation can be even more harmful than a short jail sentence if it will mean separation from your family or ruining your livelihood such as your business, employment or academic career at a college or university.
Are You In The U.S. As A Tourist, On A Visa Or As A Permanent Resident — And Have You Been Charged With A Crime? We Are Skillful Texas Defense Attorneys On Your Side.
You are no doubt aware of the risk to your immigration status after you have been charged with a crime such as:
- Assault or any other violent crime
- Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol (DWI/DUI)
- Fraud or any other white collar crime
Consideration of your immigration status is essential throughout your criminal case. Ball & Hase in the Fort Worth area has a great deal of experience representing non-U.S. citizens. We know that immigration issues may affect your plea bargain and other aspects of your case. We consult with attorneys who specialize in immigration law in complex cases requiring that expertise.
We are concerned about your immigration problem as well as your criminal charges. We are prepared to confront your criminal charges aggressively with the goal of obtaining the best outcome that your case allows.
Worried About Criminal Defense, Immigration Status And Deportation? Contact Our Fort Worth Area Criminal Law Firm.
We can advise you if your immigrant juvenile son or daughter is in trouble with the law. Take action today to protect your or your child's immigration status and your future in the face of a criminal arrest or accusations. Call Ball & Hase in Arlington at 817-412-7449 or email us to schedule a consultation with a lawyer.