Immigration Law Violations
Palm Beach County White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers
Immigration rules and regulations are in place in an attempt to control immigration issues and illegal immigrants in the United States. Violations of immigration law are federal offenses and are prosecuted by federal agencies. According to the United States Department of Homeland Security, the most common immigration law violations include:
- Falsifying, altering or counterfeiting immigration documents
- Making a false claim that you are a U.S. citizen
- Knowingly employing a worker who is not allowed to work in the United States
- Making false statements on immigration applications and petitions
Regardless of the specific charges you may be facing, the Boca Raton immigration attorneys at Whittel & Melton may be able to help. We offer a free consultation to discuss your specific case to see how we can help you protect yourself.Immigration Law Violations and Your Rights
If you have been accused of an immigration law violation in Florida, you have rights. Even if you are a non-U.S. citizen facing deportation, you have the right to a hearing and representation by an attorney. If you are accused of falsifying immigration documents or of harboring an illegal alien, you have the right to an attorney to represent you in federal court.
Because immigration violations are federal offenses, you will need the assistance of a criminal defense lawyer who is experienced in federal court cases and procedure and can be effective even in the face of extensive evidence and harsh prosecution by federal prosecutors.
Once retained, our team of lawyers and investigators will utilize their experience and resources to fully investigate your case and build a defense strategy that will give you the results you deserve.
Call us today: Local (561) 367-8777 or statewide, tollfree: (866) 608-5529.
Our experienced Florida Criminal Defense Attorneys are ready to consult, defend and vindicate clients charged with federal crimes throughout Palm Beach County, including: Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Juno Beach, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Riviera Beach, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Royal Palm Beach and West Palm Beach.