Criminal Defense for Immigrants

What Are the Chances That My I-601 Waiver Will Be Granted?

If you are a would-be immigrant who is inadmissible to the U.S. you may be able to overcome this by applying for what's called a waiver of inadmissibility, on Form I-601.

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Robbery Conviction and Possible Penalties

To commit robbery, the person usually must intent to either intimidate or harm a person through the use of a weapon. The crime of robbery involves the force, intent to use force or intimidation or the act of stealing something from someone and harming him or her in the process. Most robbery consequences are severe because other aggravating factors exist such as the injury of the victim, death and multiple instances of harm. 

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Criminal Defense for Immigrants

Immigration Waivers

Under U.S. immigration law, an “inadmissible” designation means the individual in question cannot travel to the United States for any reason, not even for a short trip to conduct business or visit relatives. 

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Possession of Marijuana

What Are the Marijuana Laws in Texas?

Possession of Marijuana – Texas Health and Safety Code Section 481.120

A person found with marijuana in his or her “possession” can be found guilty of possession of marijuana. “Possession” is a statutorily-defined term that includes having actual care, custody, control, or management of the marijuana. 

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Criminal Defense for Immigrants

Illegal Reentry into the U.S. After Removal.

After an alien has been legally "removed" from the United States, federal criminal law makes it a felony for that alien to reenter (or be found in) the country without approval of the government. While immigration has always a hot-button issue in this country, the concept of a person coming back into the U.S after already being removed causes even more controversy. And it isn't just the common folk who have been subject to removal. 

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The FY Law Firm, P.C.

The Attorney Frank Yeverino, from The The FY Family Law Firm, established in Houston Texas, talks about himself as a General Partner.

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