If you were convicted of a crime involving the possession of Marijuana, prior to January 1, 2020 and that conviction is causing immigration consequences, including denial of citizenship, deportation or detainment, you may be eligible to have your conviction vacated.
Call our Forest Hills, New Hyde Park, or Mineola, NY office today to speak with an attorney to see if you are eligible for relief. With SIK Law on your side, you can rest easy knowing that you have professionals in your corner.
If you were convicted of a Class A or Unclassified misdemeanor, prior to January 1, 2020 and that conviction has caused immigration consequences, including denial of citizenship, deportation or detainment, of if that conviction has impacted your ability to obtain a driver's license, obtain gainful employment, or had any other lasting consequences, you my be eligible to have your conviction vacated.
Whether you entered a plea of guilty or were convicted after a trial, you may still be eligible for relief under the new laws.
If you have been convicted of a crime involving marijuana possession, a Class A misdemeanor or an Unclassified misdemeanor, call 347-754-6267 to schedule a free consultation at our Forest Hills, New Hyde Park, and Mineola New York firm.