A criminal conviction can have serious consequences for your immigration status.Under United States immigration law, certain kinds of criminal convictions can lead to permanent deportation for noncitizens - regardless of how long you have lived in the United States, how well-established your life is here or if you have dependent U.S. citizen children.
Have you ever been caught driving under the influence (DUI / DWI) or driving without a license?
Have you ever used a fake social security number (SSN)?
Are you unsure of what criminal charges may be on your record?
Attorney Nina Bonyak's practice is focused on criminal defense in courts throughout Southern California. Effective and informed of the immigration consequences of criminal conviction, Ms. Bonyak can offer personalized representation at every stage of your criminal case.
Contact us to discuss your criminal record, including:
- Driving under the influence (DUI or DWI)
- Driving without a license
- Domestic violence (DV)
- Possession of a control substance
- Theft offenses
- Other criminal charges
Please feel free to call us: (951) 588-9838. Office hours are 10 am - 6 pm PST, Monday - Friday.
Please feel free to contact us via email. We will respond within the next business day.