Minnesota Criminal Conduct Attorney


Did you know that there is no statute of limitations in removal proceedings? Each year many foreign aliens, long-term permanent residents included, are placed into removal and deportation proceedings due to criminal convictions.  This means that even if you were convicted of a crime several years in the past, you could find yourself facing deportation at any time.  Most of these offenses are labeled as aggravated felonies, regardless of whether or not the crime actually was an aggravated crime or a felony, while other crimes may be labeled as crimes of moral turpitude.  The law is constantly expanding when it comes to these offenses so it is important to seek the advice of an attorney who is versed in the laws.  We encourage you to call us directly at 952-361-5556 (or fill out the free case evaluation form below) to discuss your case.  An experienced immigration attorney will be ready to help you understand your rights and advise you as to what options are available to you.

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