Every year, thousands of immigrants, many of them long-time permanent residents, are placed under removal proceedings because of criminal offenses. Some of these offenses were minor and many may have been committed many years ago. However, there is no statute of limitation in removal proceedings. Many of these offenses are classified as “aggravated felonies” although they are neither “aggravated” nor are they “felonies”. Others are classified as “crimes of moral turpitude”. An example of this is a shoplifting conviction.

We represent many foreign-born persons who the government is trying to deport for minor offenses which occurred years ago.

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