Immigration & Criminal Issues

Getting a criminal conviction for certain crimes could put you in danger of deportation. This is a reality that even people who are in the U.S. legally face. Some people are held in immigration detention for long periods of time before being deported back to their own countries.

Experienced Immigration Lawyer

At the Law Offices of George Giosmas, attorney George Giosmas provides a variety of immigration services focused on helping people gain legal access to and stay in the U.S. Our firm represents clients throughout South Florida, including Broward and Miami-Dade Counties.

If you are seeking U.S. citizenship and are accused of a crime, you need protection. The outcome of your criminal case could have a significant impact on your legal status in this country and whether you get deported. It is important to get qualified legal advice from a criminal defense lawyer for the criminal charges and an immigration lawyer to handle the immigration issues.

George Giosmas has provided trusted legal advice to people in need of immigration help for more than 25 years. He is dedicated to finding ways to help you or your family members stay in the U.S.

Crimes Affect Immigration Status

Being charged with any kind of crime, from drug possession to theft, could affect your immigration status and lead to deportation. Our goal is to protect your immigration status and avoid deportation. We assist clients with bond hearings, helping them get out of jail. We will represent you in deportation hearings or help you obtain a waiver to stay in the U.S.

We work closely with criminal defense attorneys, advising them on how to handle your criminal case. We evaluate the facts involved and help develop effective strategies in criminal court, from plea negotiations to getting charges reduced. We address the immigration issues while your defense attorney handles your criminal charges. If you do not have a criminal defense lawyer, we can recommend someone for you.

Citizenship With Criminal Record: Miami Lawyer George Giosmas Can Help

To discuss your immigration concern with attorney George Giosmas, call 954-416-2926 or toll free at 877-864-5417. You can also contact us online. We are available Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and evenings by appointment. We speak English, Spanish and Greek.