Illegal Reentry Attorney in Miami
Assisting Clients in All 50 States
Being removed from the country can be devastating, especially when your entire life is still within the United States. It may be tempting to cross back into the country, but illegal reentry can cause more complications than good. At FIGUEROA-CONTRERAS LAW GROUP, we understand that this time in your life may be difficult, but with the assistance of our team, you could see a favorable resolution to your case. We have extensive knowledge of the United States federal immigration laws, and we will take immediate action to protect you from further complications and defend your rights in a court of law.
If you have been charged with illegal reentry, or if a family member is under federal investigation for reentry after removal, call our Miami illegal reentry attorneys right away to schedule a consultation with our team.
Contact us online or by phone at (305) 501-4141 to discuss your case with an experienced attorney today.
What Is Considered Illegal Reentry into the Country?
Reentering the United States without approval is a serious crime and could lead to incarceration in a federal penitentiary, steep fines, and deportation.
You may be facing criminal charges if you reentered the country after:
- You were denied access to the United States at a border checkpoint, immigration center, or customs
- You were deported from the United States
- You were deported after being convicted of a crime
- You were removed from the country
- You were excluded from the country
Any removal from the United States warrants reentry through proper channels, such as the visa process, customs, or border patrol. Without the proper authority to reenter the country, you could be facing criminal charges for illegal reentry.
Contact Figueroa-Contreras Law Group
At our firm, we understand that any immigration complication can be difficult, and the laws governing entry and reentry into the United States are a challenge to understand. People can be removed from the country for a myriad of reasons, and sometimes the reentry process can lead to criminal charges. If you or a loved one has been charged with illegal reentry into the country, there is still hope. A Miami illegal reentry attorney from our team can help protect you and your rights. We are prepared to defend you in federal court.
For more information on how we can personalize a defense for your case, call Figueroa-Contreras Law Group at (305) 501-4141 today.