Criminal Charges & Immigration
Criminal and Immigration Attorney In South Georgia, Wiregrass, and Big Bend/Tallahassee FL
Certain crimes can lead to automatic deportation for immigrants. If you are seeking legalization in the U.S. and have a criminal history, it is important to work with a qualified attorney who can resolve your criminal case so it will not affect your immigration status.
At The Cleveland Law Firm we handle both criminal defense and immigration cases. Our ability to manage both criminal and immigration matters enables us to better protect our clients from deportation and set them on a path to a better future.
Criminal Charges Can Affect Immigration
A broad range of crimes can lead to deportation including:
- Domestic Violence
- Sex Crimes
- Armed Robbery
- Drug Crimes
Any drug crime — from simple possession to trafficking — can lead to deportation. If you have any drug crimes in your criminal history, contact a lawyer as soon as possible.
Resolving Past Criminal History
Criminal history will prevent you from taking advantage of the opportunities offered by DACA, immigration reform and I-601 waivers. However, if you have a criminal history, it does not necessarily mean that all is lost. Ryan Cleveland can take steps to correct past criminal proceedings so that they will not affect your current immigration status.
South Georgia Law Firm Handling Criminal Defense and Immigration in the Wiregrass and Big Bend Areas
Unlike other firms that only handle criminal law or immigration, our firm handles both. That means both aspects of your case will be handled by one attorney giving you full advantage of our attorney's special expertise. If you have any criminal activity in your past, contact The Cleveland Law Firm at (229) 243-0900 or fill out our convenient Contact Us form located on the right of this website. Hablamos español.