Hire or consult an attorney who can tell you the immigration consequences of your criminal case before your case is over. Criminal defense of those who are not United States citizens poses difficult challenges. Most criminal defense attorneys are not experienced in immigration law. Criminal convictions for immigrants can be devastating. Resolve criminal defense matters with legal representation and consultation by Michael R Stahl in Anchorage, Alaska. Through his experience as a criminal prosecutor, a criminal defense attorney, and an immigration attorney, Mr. Stahl is uniquely qualified to provide legal representation and consultation in criminal cases of immigrants. Mr. Stahl understands the needs of the immigrant communities and fights hard to ensure your rights are protected.

Criminal Cases

Criminal Cases

Criminal charges can threaten your permanent resident card and put you at risk of deportation. Mr. Stahl has extensive experience in the defense of clients whose cases involve immigration issues. If you are not a citizen of the United States and you are charged with a crime, you need to consult an experienced immigration attorney and learn about the consequences of your particular immigration situation. Consequences could include immigration detention, deportation, denial of future visas, denial of permanent residence, denial of naturalization, permanent ineligibility for United States citizenship, and inability to return to the United States even if you are a lawful permanent resident.

You do not want to find out years after your criminal case is over that one or more of these consequences attached to you. Imagine being arrested and detained for removal years after your criminal case is over. Imagine you travel to your home country to visit family or somewhere for vacation and when you return Customs and Border Protection confiscates your green card and places you in removal proceedings. Hire an experienced attorney with thorough knowledge of the immigration laws for your defense or defense team before you are convicted.