North Carolina Immigration Attorneys

If I Am Convicted for a Crime, Will I Be Able to Travel to the U.S. in the Future?

There are various reasons an individual may be banned or barred from being able to return to the United States. Illegally entering the states without a valid visa or the proper immigration documentation, a prior deportation, misrepresenting yourself on an immigration application and criminal conviction are all reasons an individual may find him- or herself unable to travel to the United States in the future. In some instances this type of bar may last for a finite period of time, while in other instances the ban can be permanent. If you or a loved one has been arrested for a criminal offense and you are afraid that deportation and barred entry are a strong possibility, it is in your best interests to contact our firm and schedule to meet with a North Carolina immigration lawyer as soon as possible.

The lawyers at our firm have more than 5 decades combined experience in the field of immigration law and we have devoted our careers to helping people like you protect your immigration status. We understand how devastating this type of situation can be, both to the individual facing immigration troubles and to his or her family. We are committed to being the steadfast advocate you need when fighting to protect your rights and defend your stay.

At Brown Immigration Law, our lawyers handle all types of immigration cases. No case is too simple nor too complex. When you need immigration assistance our firm go to painstaking efforts to provide you with the compassionate, hard-hitting representation you deserve. Our founding lawyer has prior experience working as the Deputy Chief of Investigations for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, so we have an in-depth knowledge as to how the immigration process works in terms of deportation and immigration bars.

To discuss your case with an immigration lawyer and find out what options may be available to you, call our law firm now. Failure to take immediate action could put your chance of being able to come to a successful resolution for your current situation at risk.