Criminal-Immigration Defense

If you are facing a criminal charge, a conviction could affect your permanent residency or your attempt to gain lawful status in the United States. Many convictions, whether misdemeanors or felonies, can result in your deportation from the United States. In addition, some criminal convictions can affect your eligibility to be released on bond pending the resolution of your immigration case.

It is important that a criminal defense attorney have a proper understanding of the immigration consequences before resolving a criminal case. The legal team at Ayala & Acosta thoroughly examines each case to help clients understand their options and determine the best course of action.