Non-Citizens Face Serious Immigration Consequences
if Arrested or Convicted of any Criminal Offense
CrImmigration law covers every aspect of these consequences:
Risk of Deportation, if convicted or not
Likelihood of ICE Custody after paying bond, pleading guilty, or case dismissal
Strategic defense in criminal case, balancing protection of immigration status
Ability to keep Green Card or other lawful status, during criminal case or after conviction
Eligibility to become a Naturalized U.S. Citizen, during criminal case or after conviction
STERN Law knows you better.
We know what you have been through and where you want to go.
We will get you there.
If you are not a U.S. Citizen and you have been arrested, for anything, ever, you need a lawyer who knows how to handle the above situations. All of it should be handled carefully, by one Attorney. One law firm. One point of communication. You are in better hands with one CrImmigration Attorney – instead of a criminal defense attorney and a separate immigration attorney.
Why We Are 100% Committed to CrImmigration
We started defending clients in criminal courts across the State more than 10 years ago. STERN Law could not ignore that non-U.S. Citizens receive a much lower quality of representation than Americans. Whether it’s because of a language barrier, many criminal defense attorneys’ lack of immigration law knowledge, or an overall cultural bias, this difference is unacceptable.
STERN Law has dedicated itself to improving the representation of immigrants facing both criminal and immigration consequences.
Through clear and consistent representation, STERN Law provides representation and counsel for non-U.S. citizens who need to secure their permanent place here in the United States.