El Paso Immigration Deportation Defense Lawyers

If you are a resident alien who has committed a crime that could result in a criminal sentence of a year or more in jail or prison? If you are convicted of a crime, you could lose your lawful permanent resident status and face deportation. You need immediate legal help from an El Paso criminal defense lawyer who also understands immigration law.

Whether you have your green card or are an illegal alien, you have a right to due process. Call the criminal defense attorneys of Anchondo & Anchondo: 915-228-4360, or E-mail us.

We Know Immigration Law and We Care

Not all defense attorneys understand the consequences a guilty plea can have on your immigration status. Daniel and Christopher Anchondo represent clients who are resident aliens by determining the best course of criminal defense that won’t jeopardize their resident status.

We know that pleading guilty to some kinds of relatively minor crimes can get you deported. We always think of the impact a criminal charge can have on a client’s immigration status, even if the sentence has been suspended!

How our Deportation Defense Lawyers Can Help

If your family member is being detained in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement camp in Texas (or anywhere in the U.S.) call our office and talk to an attorney who understands the deportation and removal process. We will work to reopen the criminal case and try to maintain your loved one’s legal residency. Waivers of inadmissibility or writs for criminal violations may be available in some circumstances.

Fight Deportation:Call Anchondo & Anchondo

Not all defense attorneys understand the consequences a guilty plea can have on your immigration status. Daniel and Christopher Anchondo represent clients who are resident aliens by determining the best course of criminal defense that won’t jeopardize their resident status. E-mail us or give us a call at 915-228-4360.

If your family member is being detained in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement camp in Texas (or anywhere in the U.S.) call our office and talk to an attorney who understands the deportation and removal process. We will work to reopen the criminal case and try to maintain your loved one’s legal residency.