There consequences of a plea or criminal conviction for a non-citizen can be unforgiving. Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Padilla v. Kentucky, criminal practitioners must be familiar with the possible immigration outcomes for their clients charged with crimes.

Immigration Statutes

INA 212 – Grounds of Inadmissibility

INA 237 – Grounds of Removal

INA 101 – Aggravated Felonies

Criminal Consequences for Specific Immigration Benefits

This page was updated August 5, 2014