I Am Not A United States Citizen, Does That Make A Difference?
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT DEFENDING YOUR CASE
I AM NOT A UNITED STATES CITIZEN, DOES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
It could. Recent changes in the immigration laws have made it very easy to deport non-citizens even for misdemeanor convictions. If you are a non-citizen, before accepting ANY plea bargain, even if it is to probation or deferred adjudication, you should make sure that your attorney fully understands any immigration consequences that may occur as a result of your plea. If you have any doubts as to your attorney’s competence in the area of immigration law whatsoever, you owe it to yourself to consult a knowledgeable immigration attorney BEFORE entering the plea. Milner, Finn & Price attorneys routinely consult with experienced immigration lawyers on behalf of their clients.
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