The attorneys at Godoy Law Office represent individuals trapped at the intersection of criminal law and immigration law. As record numbers of legal permanent residents and undocumented immigrants are being deported from the United States, many because of previous criminal convictions, it is increasingly important for immigration attorneys and defense attorneys to understand the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Godoy Law Office’s, experience in criminal law as former assistant state’s attorneys and dedication to immigration law give us a distinct advantage that allows us to fight zealously on your behalf. “Crimmigration” is an area of the law involving cases that have both criminal and immigration issues attached to it.

Often, these types of cases may involve state agencies and a myriad of federal agencies such as ICE, CBP, USCIS, EOIR and the U.S. Attorney. Having an attorney versed only in criminal law or only in immigration law puts you at a disadvantage. We are experienced in navigating you through this complicated area of the law. The experienced deportation defense attorneys at Godoy Law Office can help guide you and your family whether it is litigating an ICE hold, finding a loved one taken by immigration, representing you in immigration court or advising on a pending criminal case.

How a Criminal Offense Can Impact Your Immigration Status

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Criminal Charges and Immigration Status

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