Immigration Cases Impacted by Crimes

When an Immigration Case Involves Criminal Law Issues

Immigration issues can change even a minor criminal charge into something significant — an accusation that can have a lasting impact on your ability to remain in the United States. Your criminal defense should be taking immigration consequences into account. Working with a law firm that knows both immigration law and criminal law is absolutely critical to protecting your interests.

If your case involves criminal issues, we will work with your public defender or private criminal defense lawyer to make sure that decisions made about your criminal case do not adversely affect your immigration concerns.

We also provide deportation defense for people facing deportation because of alleged involvement in a criminal law matter. Our clients include people facing drug charges, or crimes of "moral turpitude" — crimes including fraud, theft, prostitution or domestic violence.

Does My Conviction Make Me Ineligible for Immigration Benefits?

If your criminal issue may affect your immigration status, we invite you to schedule a confidential consultation with a lawyer at the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe, as soon as possible. Call us at 415-956-5513 or complete our online contact form.