If You Are Not A Citizen of The United States and You Are Charged with A Crime, Proceed with Extreme Caution.

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By F. Clay Merris, Esq.

It is important to understand that certain convictions can lead to deportation.  With immigration issues swirling in the national media, it can become hard to determine what is true and what is not.  I get the impression that many people believe a non-citizen must commit a very serious crime to face deportation.  This is not the case.  Situations are dependent on numerous factors including one’s actual residency status in the United States, but something as simple as a DUI can lead to deportation.

Consulting with both immigration and criminal defense attorneys in instances such as these is imperative.

Contact Scaringi Law, 717 657 7770, to help you navigate this legal minefield.

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