Inadmissible Crimes in California

Orange County Immigration & Deportation Defense Lawyer

An undocumented non-citizen of the U.S. may face deportation or removal at almost any time. There are particular crimes, “inadmissible offenses,” which will result in the immediate deportation of an undocumented alien, whether or not convicted of these crimes. If you have been arrested for a crime of this kind and believe that you are at risk of facing deportation, it is crucial that you consult an Orange County immigration attorney at our firm today.

About Inadmissible Crimes and Deportation

An illegal alien is a person who resides in the United States but who has not gained legal immigration status. This person may be undocumented and therefore is at risk of removal or deportation if arrested for any type of criminal offense, particularly those which are classified as inadmissible crimes. An inadmissible crime is an offense for which an undocumented alien is not entitled to a criminal trial or other proceeding before deportation. However, there are certain situations in which a non-citizen can file a petition to adjust his or her status to become a legal immigrant.

If you or a loved one is an undocumented immigrant who is seeking status as a legal immigrant, you may be at immediate risk of removal if you are accused of or arrested for any of the following inadmissible offenses:

At the Law Offices of Fred Thiagarajah, we represent legal and illegal immigrants in all types of criminal cases involving deportable crimes and inadmissible crimes. We take on cases of this kind throughout all of Orange County, including in Newport Beach, Irvine, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, and the surrounding areas. We also offer a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney if you would like to learn more about your criminal charges and risk of facing deportation.

Contact an Orange County deportation defense lawyer at our firm today!

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