Are you an immigrant facing charges in Connecticut?

You need a qualified and experienced Connecticut crimmigration lawyer on your side.

What is Crimmigration?

Crimmigration is the term used to describe the intersection of criminal law and immigration law. If you are an immigrant facing criminal charges, you need an attorney who is well-versed in both areas of the law.

What Are the Consequences of a Criminal Conviction for Immigrants?

Criminal charges can have serious consequences for immigrants, even if they are ultimately cleared of the charges. A conviction can lead to detention and deportation, and even non-citizens who are merely accused of a crime can be detained by ICE.

How can a Connecticut crimmigration lawyer help you?

A Connecticut crimmigration lawyer can help you navigate the complexity of your charges. They can help you understand the possible consequences of your charges and work to protect your rights throughout the criminal justice process.

A Connecticut crimmigration lawyer can further help you by:

  • Assessing your immigration status and determining whether a criminal conviction could lead to your deportation
  • Reviewing the facts of your case and developing a strong defense strategy
  • Advocating on your behalf with ICE and other immigration authorities
  • Working to keep you in the United States if you are facing deportation

If you are an immigrant facing criminal charges in Connecticut, contact a qualified crimmigration attorney today.

Let Chris Llinas help you, contact us today!

If you are an immigrant facing criminal charges in Connecticut, it is important to have an experienced crimmigration attorney on your side. Chis Llinas has extensive experience handling criminal immigration matters. He will fight tirelessly to protect your rights and ensure that you receive a fair trial. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.


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