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July 13, 2022
Immigration Courts Don’t Provide the Same Constitutional Protections as Criminal Courts

While Americans and noncitizens fight for immigration reform, it is paramount that we don’t overlook that the critical components of our Constitution and Bill of Rights haven’t been incorporated into immigration removal proceedings. Without them, the immigration courts will never be equal, impartial, and just. The absence of these rights stems from how immigration proceedings […]

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July 13, 2022
Can STERN Law represent non-citizens for both state and federal charges, criminal and immigration?

The lawyers here at stern law are experienced in both criminal defense and immigration so that we can represent our clients with all of the needs that they have both on the state level and the federal level. So we are representing clients in federal criminal courts defending our non US citizen clients against serious […]

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July 13, 2022
Can a criminal defense attorney harm my immigration status unintentionally?

We at stern law train criminal defense attorneys all over the country. And we're friends with so many criminal defense attorneys, we're criminal defense attorneys as well. But we've decided to specialize in only the defense of non US citizens. criminal defense attorneys are really great in a courtroom defending you against your criminal charges. […]

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July 13, 2022
Do crImmigration attorneys handle both criminal and immigration charges?

immigration attorney will be able to defend you in both your criminal case and in any immigration situation that you have. And that's the benefit of having your immigration attorney who's 100% focused on all of the needs that you have as a non US citizen and understands how to advise you on each one […]

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July 13, 2022
I already have a criminal attorney, can I hire you as a consultant for the immigration consequences?

If you have already hired or engaged a criminal defense attorney, but you're worried about the consequences on your immigration status, if it could make you deportable or prevent you from becoming a citizen in the future, you absolutely can reach out to us stern law as a criminal Gration firm, we can work with […]

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July 13, 2022
Immigration Attorney Jessica Stern Explains the Trusted Colleague Network for Client Referrals

I created the trusted colleague network to better honor, the experience that you expect when you're making a referral and what your client or potential client is expecting. How often have you made a referral to a colleague through email that gets buried by 50 other emails and takes a while to get back to […]

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July 13, 2022
Can a conviction be removed to clean my record so that immigration does not see it?

A conviction can be removed from your record because you might not want the consequence of that conviction for immigration purposes. So, maybe you have a conviction that makes you deportable or you have a conviction that's blocking you from being able to get your residency or become a citizen, those are things that an […]

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July 13, 2022
What happens if I have a conviction for an inadmissible crime when I am already in the US?

If you are a non-US citizen in the United States and you have a conviction that makes you inadmissible, that basically means that it's going to get in the way of you achieving legal residency. So, for example, if you're here in the United States and you have a pending application for residency, even though […]

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July 13, 2022
What types of criminal charges can make me ineligible for legal immigration status or inadmissible?

For a non-US citizen in any immigration category, there are a large number of criminal offenses that can make you inadmissible. What's inadmissible? Inadmissible is when somebody is trying to become a resident for the first time, get their green card for the very first time, but a criminal conviction is preventing them from being […]

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July 13, 2022
Can non-violent/white-collar crime make me ineligible for a green card to be a permanent resident?

Even a non-violent or white-collar type of crime can make somebody ineligible to get their green card for the first time and can prevent you from achieving legal residency, which you've probably been working hard for, for a long time. A lot of people make the assumption that, you know, the offence is not that […]

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