Federal Immigration (Reentry)
The crime of federal immigration occurs after an alien who has been legally “removed” from the United States reenters the country without the approval of the government. More specifically, the crime of federal immigration applies to an alien who reenters the U.S. or is found within the country without government approval after having been denied admission to the country, deported from the country, removed from the country, or excluded from the country.
An alien who commits illegal reentry is punished by a fine, imprisonment for not more than two years, or both.
The criminal penalties may be increased if the alien has been convicted for an aggravated felony.
An effective defense can protect a person against an Illegal Reentry charge.
When facing criminal charges, hiring the right attorney is one of the most important things you can do.
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As experienced defense lawyers we know how best to defend our clients against the government.
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