Immigration Relief After a Criminal Conviction – Filing a Motion to Reopen
Sometimes the criminal court gets it wrong. People get convicted for crimes they did not commit. Or a defendant does not get competent legal advice and representation, and they get convicted without a fair opportunity to assert their rights. This can have disastrous consequences for immigration purposes.
It is possible to seek post-conviction relief. Then if your criminal case is dismissed, you have new opportunities for immigration help. Decisions in removal proceedings can be reversed or you could become eligible for a green card with a motion to reopen. The dedicated team at American Dream™ Law Office fights hard to help clients with immigration criminal conviction issues of all types.
Motion to Reopen
After a criminal conviction, we can file a motion to reopen. You can get a second chance to prove you are eligible for deportation relief or qualify to receive a green card.
A criminal conviction motion to reopen works best in certain types of situations. We could review the circumstances of a conviction to determine whether relief is possible, and then explain the process. If necessary, we work in partnership with criminal attorneys who focus on post-conviction representation to secure the best opportunities for post-conviction relief.
Contact American Dream™ Law Office for Help with Post-Conviction Relief
At American™ Dream Law Office, we believe everyone has the right to pursue their immigration goals. We are prepared to use all available strategies to help our clients succeed. To talk to us about the possibilities for a criminal conviction motion to reopen for immigration relief, contact our office now.
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