Criminal Immigration Advice
If an individual has ever been arrested or convicted of a crime in or outside of the U.S., he or she may be at risk of deportation, not be eligible for a visa, or not be eligible for status in the U.S. However, there may be a waiver available.
A lawful permanent resident (LPR) who has certain criminal convictions may not be able to obtain U.S. citizenship because of these convictions. The individual may be placed in deportation after traveling outside of the U.S. or when applying for U.S. citizenship.
How criminal convictions and arrests are considered by Immigration changes frequently. Seek legal advice immediately if you have a criminal arrest or conviction.
Dedicated To Protecting Your Future
A criminal arrest may put your future in the U.S. at risk. At Soreff Weinrich Law, we are here to advise and help you obtain the best possible outcome.
We help people who have been accused of crimes such as:
- Drunk driving (DUI/DWI)
- Drug possession
- Shoplifting and theft
- Traffic violations
- Domestic violence
Reach Out For Assistance
The actions you take after a criminal arrest are crucial. We are here to help you make the best decisions in regards to your immigration status. To arrange a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney in Seattle, contact our law firm online or by calling 206-512-3597. We serve the Pacific Northwest. Se Habla Español.