Defenses to Deportation After Being Convicted of a Felony

Defenses to Deportation After Being Convicted of a Felony

As a Miami immigration lawyer, some of my clients already know that any noncitizen whose criminal record contains an aggravated felony is most likely headed for deportation (removal) from the United States. This is true whether you have a green card or not. What many...
Things to Consider for Former Asylees Seeking U.S. Citizenship

Things to Consider for Former Asylees Seeking U.S. Citizenship

As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have helped numerous clients gain relief as asylees. I have also had the privilege of helping these asylees to become permanent residents. Naturally, many of them inquire about U.S. citizenship, which offers many additional benefits...
Pleading “Guilty” or “No Contest” as a Non-Citizen

Pleading “Guilty” or “No Contest” as a Non-Citizen

As a Miami immigration lawyer who has helped numerous clients embark on a path to citizenship, I like to forewarn clients of the limitations of being a non-citizen. One of these limitations pertains to the immigration consequences of pleading guilty or no contest as a...
Obtaining U.S. Citizenship

Obtaining U.S. Citizenship

As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have had the honor of helping many clients obtain U.S. citizenship. For many, the road to obtaining U.S. citizenship is a long and hard-fought battle. Each case is different, each individual is different – and it is this...
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