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Woman Avoids Deportation

A woman has been able to avoid deportation as her conviction was recently erased. According to reports, the judge on her case ordered the withdrawal of her guilty plea which resulted in the conviction being erased. The court decided that at the time the woman had not been completely and adequately advised that she could be deported according to immigration law. She was facing deportation to Cambodia after serving 34 months in prison for dealing heroin.

When you are facing an immigration matter such as dealing with deportation, you may be overwhelmed and unsure about how to proceed forward. It’s important that you understand that you have rights that should be protected and options to do so. You can resolve this matter in the best way possible if you make sure that your case is handled properly. No one should have to suffer any further when working to settle an immigration matter.

By working with an immigration attorney, you will be able to move forward with your life. A lawyer will know how to handle all aspects of your case including any difficult court proceedings. You can trust in an attorney to always have your best interest in mind while fighting to protect your rights. Please take some time today to contact an immigration lawyer and begin discussing the details of your case.

Categories: Deportation, Immigration