Our Immigration Law Practice
There are many people who come to the United States in search of a better life. The opportunities here are much more rewarding than those they find in their home countries. However, one small mistake could threaten their ability to remain in the country. There are criminal charges, such as drug crimes, that may result in possible deportation if the individual is convicted of the offense. Those facing these charges need to take immediate action to protect their future.
At The Albarado Law Firm, P.C., in Denton, Texas, we offer skilled assistance to immigrants facing criminal charges, as well as those who need assistance with the adjustment of their status or those
looking to obtain legal status. We have an in-depth understanding of how the criminal justice and immigration systems work, and we can provide you with a clear picture of the possible options available in your case.
Personal Attention From An Experienced And Compassionate Attorney
You will work directly with our founding attorney Emmanuel Albarado, a former prosecutor. Emmanuel knows that sometimes people make mistakes, and he wants to do everything that he can to help minimize the impact the criminal charges have upon your immigration status. He will take the time to learn more about you and your concerns, and he will not judge you. He knows that this is a challenging time for you, and he will be there for you when you have questions. He is committed to your case because he understands that you are in crisis mode and is there because you need help.
Emmanuel is the son of a fighter, and he brings that fighting spirit to his cases. Because of his experience as a prosecutor, he knows the issues that need to be handled in these types of matters. He will use this knowledge to help negotiate the best possible deal for you, but he also has extensive courtroom experience. If he has to go to court to fight for you, he is ready to battle with prosecutors to protect your rights.
Do Not Plead Guilty Without Knowing Your Options
You need to take these cases seriously. If you do not understand all of the possible consequences of a conviction, you may find yourself facing deportation. To schedule an appointment with our lawyer, please call our Denton office at 940-222-8939 or send us an email using our
contact form. We also operate a secondary office serving Cooke County and Collin County. Se habla español.