Orlando Immigration Consequences

For most immigrants, visa holders and permanent residents, one of the worst fears involves being deported. If you are charged with a crime and are not a citizen of the United States, you face the very real possibility of being deported. If you violate the conditions or length of your visa, or commit certain crimes — called crimes of moral turpitude — Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can deport or remove you from the country. It is essential to have aggressive, experienced lawyers representing you for your criminal defense, to keep you from being deported.

Crimes of Moral Turpitude ∙ Avoid Deportation

There is a wide range of crimes that could get you deported or jeopardize your immigration status. We defend permanent residents (people who hold “green cards”) and foreign nationals visiting the country on visas throughout central Florida in all manner of criminal charges, including:

If you’ve been accused of a crime and you are worried about what might happen regarding your immigration status, you can talk with one of our lawyers for free. We will help you understand your rights and options. Contact an Orlando immigration and criminal defense lawyer from our firm for a free initial consultation.

Non-U.S. Citizen Options After Plea

Often referred to as “post-plea,” the attorneys of Moses and Rooth are experienced in assisting clients who have entered pleas and are now facing immigration consequences. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss the potential to withdraw the previous plea. We are experienced in identifying legal issues to have these pleas overturned and to avoid the immigration consequences.