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When you or a family member is faced with immigration issues, whether it involves fighting deportation from the United States, contesting a possible detention or successfully pursuing status in the US, time is of the essence. You need to act quickly and you need to have accurate information about how the immigration process works. That’s why it is imperative that you have a qualified immigration attorney on your side – someone who will make you a priority and who will do whatever is necessary to mount a successful case on your behalf.
Michael Noriega, Esq., an important member of the legal team at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, is a knowledgeable immigration attorney who understands the nuances of immigration laws and requirements because he has years of experience fighting to protect the rights of immigrants. He represents clients throughout New Jersey, including Newark, Plainfield, Paterson, Elizabeth, Jersey City, Union City and Camden.
If you or a family member is facing deportation or any other immigration issues, we invite you to place your trust in a skilled, knowledgeable lawyer who will fight tirelessly for your rights. Michael Noriega speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese, and he has dedicated his legal career to protecting the rights of immigrants since 2008. Contact Mr. Noriega today to discuss your case over the phone or schedule a consultation at one of the law firm’s conveniently located offices in Newark, Cherry Hill, Clifton, East Brunswick, Morristown or Scotch Plains.
You should not have to live in fear of being deported. Moreover, you should not be denied access to important, necessary information as you navigate the US immigration system. Mr. Noriega will take the time to discuss your case and make sure that you are fully informed of all your legal rights.
Michael Noriega handles all kinds of immigration cases, including:
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You do not deserve to be treated like a criminal. One of the most common reasons a person is placed in removal proceedings or detention is a pending or past criminal matter. Whether the individual has been charged with a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanors in most other states) handled mostly in the municipal courts, a felony matter handled in the Superior Courts of New Jersey, or a federal charge handled in the Federal Courts of the United States, any criminal charge creates a serious risk of deportation.
Immigration law as a whole is a comprehensive set of guidelines that is extremely complicated to navigate. Equally complicated are the criminal courts in the State of New Jersey. The issues relating to the immigration consequences of criminal offenses are complex and can be difficult to understand. Moreover, the consequences can be severe. In fact, even a criminal charge as minor as “shoplifting” could potentially be used as a basis for deportation. That’s why it is absolutely vital that you speak with an experienced immigration and criminal defense attorney.
Michael Noriega has practiced criminal law for his entire career and he has been an immigration practitioner since 2008. As a result, he is uniquely qualified to identify and analyze the critical issues in both criminal courts and immigration courts and he can determine how they will impact your status in the US.
Do not take any chances when it comes to your legal status in this country. Any miscommunication between a criminal lawyer and an immigration lawyer can have a huge impact on deportation proceedings. With Michael Noriega on your side, you will have the benefit of a Criminal Lawyer and an Immigration Lawyer in one place.
If you or someone you love is facing negative consequences related to immigration or lives in fear of deportation, contact Mr. Noriega immediately for a consultation about your rights.
If you have a family member who has been detained, their loss of liberty and separation from their family is sometimes worse than the deportation itself. Hundreds of detainees find themselves cut off from their families and loved ones, while days, weeks or even months pass before their deportation matter proceeds to the next stage. Additionally, being in custody or detention often leads to feelings of desperation and hopelessness.
Michael Noriega will step in on your loved one’s behalf and provide them with the critical information they need to analyze and decide the best course of action for their case. He has considerable experience dealing with immigration cases and won’t stop until he gets to the bottom of the challenging situation. If there is a defense to your removal, Michael Noriega will stand beside you and fight tirelessly for you and your future in this country.
You probably came to New Jersey to create a better life for you and your family. If you are facing deportation, or you simply don’t know whether you have the ability to obtain legal status in the United States, you should come into the offices of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC and speak to Michael Noriega about your immigration status.
Mr. Noriega will provide you with an honest assessment of your situation and advise you on the best choices for you and your family. He will help you explore sound strategies for navigating the complicated immigration process. You will receive Michael Noriega’s honest assessment of the risks and benefits of your immigration case.
If you live anywhere in New Jersey, including Union County, Essex County, Passaic County, Hudson County, Bergen County or Camden County, contact Mr. Noriega today for a consultation about your case. If there’s a way to keep you from being deported so that you can legally remain in the United States, Michael Noriega, Esq. will find it.
You are permitted to pursue naturalization—the path to obtaining U.S. citizenship—while living and working in the U.S. with a green card. You must satisfy certain requirements, however, including standards regarding your ability to speak English, your support of the U.S. constitution and a basic rule that you be physically present in the U.S. for a sufficient amount of time. Certain types of criminal convictions can render you ineligible for citizenship.
To legally move to the U.S. based on marital status, your fiancé can apply for a visa (a K-1 visa). Once you are married, you will apply to change that status to obtain permanent residency status. Eventually, your fiancé may receive a conditional green card, a permanent green card (after two years) and pursue citizenship if you would like. The process is highly complex and you will be required to submit to investigation and interviews/monitoring. It’s important to have a skilled immigration lawyer in your corner to protect your rights throughout the process.
Possibly. It depends upon the nature of the crime. Certain types of removal relief are unavailable if you have been convicted of a crime. In other cases, you may be eligible for relief. Many relief options are available, and our lawyers can help evaluate whether you remain eligible and fight to protect your rights.