Removal, Waivers And The Serious Consequences Of A Conviction
If you have had interaction with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)–ICE, it is in your best interest to know your rights and options. Because the deportation process is very similar to a criminal trial and because the protocol is very stringent, it is wise to consult qualified legal counsel. In cases where a law has been allegedly broken, an attorney who understands both criminal defense and immigration is often best suited to provide the guidance you need to understand what you are facing and the choices you have.
The Law Office of Matthew H. Springmeyer in San Diego offers both criminal defense and immigration representation. You have the right to an attorney, and the court is not required to provide you with one free of charge.
Harsh Sanctions For Offenders
There are very serious consequences, including but not limited to deportation, for certain violations. U.S. immigration law is in constant flux. An attorney who works in immigration can offer the up-to-date information you need to make prudent choices. The court may offer plea bargains or other incentives that may or may not be in your interest in the long term. An immigration attorney can advise you on whether a waiver is in your best interest, which waiver is relevant to your situation and how to apply. Attorney Springmeyer has extensive experience in many types of immigration issues, including deportation, naturalization and asylum. He has nearly a decade of experience with California criminal defense issues, including drugs, violent crimes and DUI. He frequently takes cases where criminal defense and immigration issues overlap.
The Immigration Support And Guidance You Need
Mr. Springmeyer can assist with a broad range of immigration issues, including:
- If you are in the U.S. without documentation or permission
- If you have overstayed your visa
- If you have been charged with a crime and are not a U.S. citizen
- Your documentation is under scrutiny or is being cited as misrepresenting you
The deportation process can take months to years to be final. Mr. Springmeyer can work to ensure that you are able to stay in the U.S. while your case is being processed.
Act Fast To Preserve Your Rights
An attorney who understands both the ramifications and options given your immigration status and the details of your case is imperative. Seek out qualified and proven legal representation immediately if you are currently in custody, awaiting deportation or have a scheduled removal hearing. Attorney Matthew Springmeyer can help you understand the obstacles and opportunities.
Call 619-365-4206. You can also reach attorney Springmeyer at the firm by sending an inquiry email. Attorney Springmeyer takes immigration cases in California and across the U.S. He has had success in more than 10 states.