Here at Paniotto Law, Dmitry Paniotto has been helping folks with deportation and immigration issues for more than thirteen years. In that time, the laws have changed quite a bit. Practically every day, he and his staff meet with clients and prospective clients who sometimes may be unaware of certain facets of immigration and deportation law. When you or someone you care about needs a Los Angeles immigration court lawyer, the Paniotto Law Firm can help you to get the representation that you deserve.
Don’t Wait Years to Clear Your Record
If you have a criminal record, you don’t want to wait years to clean it up. To be clear, this is true whether you’re undocumented or even if you are a permanent resident. In fact, you want to do this even if you’re applying for citizenship, traveling, renewing your green card, or the like. Many folks have told us some version of: “well, I have a bit of a criminal record, yeah, but it’s from a long time ago, so it’s not really a problem, right?” That might have been true in the past, but not anymore. Too often, ICE officers wait at the airport for people who have even marginal criminal records to nab them. Don’t let that happen to you or someone that you love.
You Can Get Help with a Criminal Record
For many, when they hear that someone has a “criminal record,” they think of it like something ironclad that can’t be erased, like a large scar or tattoo. However, that’s not exactly how it works. Here at the Paniotto Law Firm, we have a criminal defense lawyer on staff that can help you to clean your criminal background. Backed by years of experience, our criminal defense lawyer knows how to get the job done and get you into your new life on your terms. This may sound impossible, or like there’s something slightly shady about it, but that’s not the case. This is an entirely legal process that thousands (if not more) people have availed themselves of before. We can bring that same experience to your case.
Don’t Wait if you Have an Expulsion Order Introduced by an Immigration Judge
As soon as that happens, contact us for a free consultation. Really, if that expulsion order comes down, there’s no time to waste. You may feel like you have some time, some room within which to maneuver, but that’s really not the case. In fact, the opposite is true: time has just about run out. ICE can have someone on a bus to Tijuana in less than three hours. Should something like an expulsion order (or something similar) come down, then reach out to us as quickly as possible. We’ll have you or someone you care about out to our office for a free consultation to discuss your options. They might involve reopening your case, or they might involve other methods. For more info, call us at (213) 444-5242.