Our firm represents immigrants facing deportation because of criminal violations. You or a member of your family may be placed in removal proceedings or, even worse, in detention while awaiting an appointment in the immigration court. If you or a relative are detained after crossing the U.S. border, call us today to inquire about the possibility of scheduling and attending a Credible Fear Interview, or a bond.
An immigrant may be deported for a variety of reasons, including the commission of certain crimes, even when they occurred years ago. Deportation has serious consequences: family separation, sometimes forever in certain criminal cases. Mr. Sperling personally reviews all aspects of a criminal removal case and carefully explains what remedies are available. Mr. Sperling carefully inspects the statutes and regulations in order to determine whether the crimes committed are aggravated felonies or crimes involving moral turpitude. Mr. Sperling will then advise of the best avenue of relief in these cases in order to stay in the U.S.