There are serious consequences for attempting to enter the United States after you have been deported. In this matter, there are both criminal repercussions as well as immigration ramifications. Do not hesitate to contact an Ohio criminal re-entry lawyer for a free case evaluation.

At Jonathan A. Bartell, Attorney with Margaret W. Wong & Associates, we have vast experience guiding clients through a wide range of immigration matters as well as explaining the criminal consequences involved. Noncitizens typically face more serious consequences in criminal proceedings. This is because deportation, or removal proceedings, can be a penalty in even a minor criminal case. You need a knowledgeable immigration attorney to guide you through the process and shield you from the full force of the criminal justice system.

Illegal Re-Entry Into The U.S. After Removal

Illegal re-entry — or criminal re-entry — is the term used to describe a situation where an individual comes back to the United States after being deported. There are obvious criminal repercussions of illegal re-entry, including significant prison time. Additionally, if you re-enter the country unlawfully, you can be considered ineligible for waivers of inadmissibility.

It can be challenging to defend an illegal re-entry case. We will thoroughly examine your situation to determine the best defense. Our firm will strive to keep you informed about the progress of your case at every stage. These are serious matters that must be handled by an experienced lawyer. Get a free case evaluation today.