He was arrested for possesion of controlled substance he already completed his sentence and is clear of charges with the state of texas. I am a citizen also my baby and i really dont want him to get deported i dont work or get help from the goverment he is the only one that works i just dont know what to do. He is just waitting for his appear with the imigration judge i just wAnt for him to stay here because of my baby and to support us. IS THERE AWAY I CAN HELP PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT CAN I DO ASAP!!!
This sounds like a very delicate situation...you need to contact an immigration attorney asap.
Sounds like you need a criminal attorney too. Or an attorney who does both criminal and immigration law.
Ms. Laster practices in Dallas, Denton, Collin and Tarrant Coun
Without knowing more, the chances for husband to be able to remain here and not be deported after having been convicted on CS possession and possibly sale are bleak, to say the least. CS substance violations/convictions by non-citizens are taken very seriously in this country and those individuals are almost routinely removed from the US upon completion of their sentences. Sometimes relief from removal can be found, however.
What you can do if you want to help husband is to immediately hire him the best immigration attorney in town money can buy, to go and visit him at the detention center and after analyzing his criminal conviction record to see if any relief from deportation can be found and successfully argued in his case.
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Hire an immigration attorney today. With the combination of the drug conviction and illegal entry, it is not a good scene.
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