I Have a Past Conviction, What Can I Do?
As we mentioned in a previous article, having past convictions isn’t the end of your immigration process, nor that you are necessarily ineligible for an immigration benefit. At the J. Molina Law Firm, we take an in-depth look at the details of your case, and we make sure that during our first meeting we develop a strategy that takes into consideration your entire history. If we cannot help you, we let you know immediately.
So, you have been convicted of a crime- now what? In any case, the first step is to make sure you’re eligible to apply for a Green Card through Adjustment of Status. If you otherwise qualify for Adjustment of Status, and your conviction makes you inadmissible you might qualify for a waiver of inadmissibility.
Whether it’s an I-212(a), I-212(h), I-212(I), or I-212(D), it will depend on the circumstances of your case. However, you may need guidance as into what type of waiver would be applicable in your process.
Eventually to create the best plan for you and give you a complete analysis, we will need the record of conviction, and we tie it all down with great excellent advice and first-class service and customer attention, for less. The analysis provided during your consultation includes looking at the options available for you, potential options, best course of action, and it is completely confidential.
It all depends on your past conviction, and at the J. Molina Law Firm we can provide you with a confidential consultation in which Mr. Molina personally would provide you with the best recommendation for your case. Call us at 469-708-5800 so we can help you schedule an appointment. We will make sure to provide you with the information you need; we are here to help you, and if we cannot help, we will let you know why and provide with honesty what’s best for you!