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How Does a Felony Affect Your Immigration Status?
How Does a Felony Affect Your Immigration Status?

It is important to know that various things can affect your immigration status, such as a felony conviction. Immigration officials could deport you or downgrade your status if you were convicted of a felony or a serious crime. Our Orange County immigration attorneys explain ...

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Blog posts in Criminal & Immigration

  • I Was Convicted of a Crime – Am I Eligible for DACA?

    The answer to the above question isn’t a simple yes or no. It’ll heavily depend on what you were convicted of. Even then, if you were convicted of a ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Deportation

    Both documented and undocumented immigrants in the United States can be at risk of deportation. Being placed in removal proceedings can be a ...

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  • What Are My Rights When it Comes to Deportation?

    Whether documented or undocumented, many immigrants are unaware of their rights in the United States when it comes to deportation. When faced with ...

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  • Who is Eligible for an Immigration Waiver?

    Individuals who have violated particular immigration laws may be able to rectify their situation through an immigration waiver. However, the process ...

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  • 212(h) Waiver Application

    Waiver for Criminal Grounds of Inadmissibility What is a 212(h) waiver? 212(h) waivers are used for people who have criminal convictions and are ...

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  • What is "Extreme Hardship" for Immigration Purposes?

    Because “extreme hardship” isn’t defined in the legal code, its meaning is interpreted based on the decisions made in Board and Federal courts. ...

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  • Travel Ban General Overview

    Late 2017, the Trump administration revised the visa process to make it easier to deport U.S. residents or deny entry to people visiting the U.S. The ...

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  • Twin Problems: How Pending Criminal Charges and Non-Citizenship Status Present Removability Problems, But Also Opportunities

    It’s frightening enough being suspected, investigated for or having been arrested for a crime. It’s doubly frightening when you’re not a US citizen, ...

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  • Marijuana and Immigration

    On January 1, 2018, Proposition 64 allowed for the sale and taxation of recreational marijuana. The Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana ...

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