Fairfax Criminal-Immigration Attorneys
Fighting for the Rights of Immigrants Across the Nation
At Murray Osorio PLLC, we know that law enforcement and federal authorities have substantial leeway when it comes to deporting immigrants who have been accused or convicted of crimes. That is why we are committed to using our skills and knowledge of the law to assist clients with a wide range of criminal-immigration matters. Our lawyers understand that being arrested is always a stressful experience, and with the additional threat of deportation, immigrants facing criminal charges require specialized legal representation to make sure they can keep their visas or green cards.
Inadmissible & Deportable Crimes
Inadmissible crimes are certain types of criminal convictions that can result in the immigrant losing their right to re-enter the country after leaving, become a US citizen, or apply for permanent residence or an adjustment of status. Although deportable crimes are more serious, some are also listed for inadmissibility status. Criminal matters are more complicated for immigrants because taking a plea deal to reduce criminal charges can still put them at risk of being deported.
The following crimes can render an immigrant inadmissible or deportable:
- Drug crimes
- Firearm offenses
- Domestic violence
- Aggravated felonies
- Crimes of Moral Turpitude
We also have experience requesting bonds on behalf of immigrants who are being held by ICE. Immigration judges look at whether the accused is a danger to society, the risk of them fleeing upon release, and if the detainee is eligible for any immigration benefits to determine the amount of a bond. If you or a loved one have been arrested, you need to immediately reach out to an immigration lawyer so we can review your situation and determine if you are eligible for release. We can help you obtain all of the necessary documents and determine how your criminal history might impact your immigration case.
“Brian Murray and his staff were extremely dedicated in bringing resolution to an immigration/deportation case involving my son-in-law.”- Rafael E.
“When I first met her, I knew immediately that she was experienced and knowledgeable in the area.”- Sara M.
“I think I could not have a better lawyer for my court as well as all the service they gave me.”- Juan F.