Will Drug Charges Cost Me My Green Card?
Deportation and Drug Crimes
As a green card-holder, you are a legal resident of the United States. However, because you are not a citizen, your immigration status is still delicate and can be revoked, changed, or otherwise negatively affected if you are accused, charged with, or found guilty of a crime. In some cases, green card-holders facing criminal drug charges also face deportation, depending on the nature of the crime in question.
According to Section 237 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, some crimes put you at risk for deportation. Given all you have been through to come to the United States, make a life for yourself and your loved ones, and succeed in a new country, it can be scary to think that even mere allegations of drug-related criminal activity could put you at risk of being thrown out.
You cannot afford to wait to get the legal representation you need. Contact a Dallas criminal defense attorney today by calling (214) 301-5007.
Our Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys Aim to Win.
Our team at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP doesn’t give up. We have won many criminal defense cases through tenacity, research, and commitment to the well-being of our clients. Our team of Dallas drug crime lawyers has served many people facing drug charges, and we pride ourselves on having reduced penalties for many while having charges dismissed for others.
We have helped people facing a variety of drug crime allegations, including:
Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Dallas for Over 20 Years
No matter your charges, we can help. Connect with a member of our team today and take the first steps to protect your future and your immigration status immediately.
Call (214) 301-5007 now or contact us to request your free case review.