Marijuana Charges And Your Immigration Status

Marijuana Charges And Your Immigration Status

Marijuana-related drug charges can severely threaten your immigration status. Although many states are more accepting of marijuana usage, the federal government continues to crack down on immigrants convicted of drug possession. If you are confronted with marijuana charges as an immigrant, now is the time to take action to protect your rights.

Stacer, PLC, stands ready to be your advocate. We practice both immigration law and criminal defense, which means we can manage both sides of your case at the same time. Many other attorneys in Michigan may only understand one side of the law, but our ability to defend both immigration law and criminal cases can provide you with comprehensive and effective representation.

How Marijuana Charges Can Affect Your Status

A conviction of marijuana-related charges can result in the following penalties:

  • Deportation
  • Mandatory detention
  • Loss of asylum
  • Bar to citizenship
  • Federal charges upon reentry

These penalties can apply to lawful permanent residents, green card holders, refugees and visa holders, including Canadians in TN status. While the potential consequences are severe, it is important to remember that you are entitled to Constitutional protections in court, just like an American citizen.

Take Advantage Of Your Rights With Stacer, PLC

Now is the time to use your rights to a fair trial and skilled legal representation. Get started in your defense today with a consultation from our lawyer. Call our Plymouth office at 734-453-7878 or 888-814-5758 to schedule your appointment.

The U.S. government is already building its case against you. Fight back with Stacer, PLC. We are ready to defend your rights in a criminal case and protect your immigration status. Your future in the United States depends on the outcome of this case, and we are prepared to take every measure in your defense.

Contact Stacer, PLC, now!