Immigration and Criminal Defense
Criminal Convictions, Immigration, ICE, and Deportation
In Memoriam: Aug 4, 1952 – Oct 20, 2011 (Age 59) Judge Clifton died a little more than a year after giving this now highly useful seminar and presentation. Terry Clifton Christian was born the son of a coal miner in Welch, West Virginia on August 4, 1952. One of Terry’s signature accomplishments was the honor of being appointed as a Federal Immigration Judge by the Attorney General of the United States in 2003.
Questions about the Immigration Consequences of Criminal Conduct? Call Me Toll Free 1-877-793-9290.
Definition of a Criminal Conviction
Criminal Conduct Incurring Immigration Consequences
A. Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude
B. Crimes of Violence
C. Drugs and Trafficking Crimes
D. Aggravated Felonies
E. Other Crimes and Criminal Conduct Proscribed in the INA
Consequences of Criminal Convictions and Criminal Behavior
Motion to Vacate See Padilla v. Kentucky, Case No. 08-651, S.Ct., Argued October 13, 2009-Decided March 31, 2010.)
Order of Vacatur
Special Thanks to guest contributor Terry Christian.