Helping Immigrants Protect Their Rights in Ohio
The process for getting a US visa or green card can be complicated. Without an experienced immigration lawyer, it can seem nearly impossible. At the law practice of Rhys Brendan Cartwright-Jones, Attorney & Counselor at Law, I will help you reach your immigration goals and protect your rights when criminal charges threaten your future in the Us
Whether you need a visa or you were charged with a crime in Northern Ohio, I will do everything I can to protect your rights. Call 330-423-4604 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation.
Coming to the Us
The immigration process involves complicated paperwork and many steps. Whether you are an employer seeking to bring over a skilled worker or you are hoping to immigrate yourself, I have the experience you need to deal with the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of Us Citizenship and Immigration.
I have handled many citizenship issues, including appeals for habeas corpus in the federal appeals court. I will work with you to complete the application process for:
- Employment visas
- Family and fiance visas
- Student visas
- Temporary work visas
If you are currently in the US facing deportation because your visa has expired, I will help you understand your rights an guide you through the legal process to fight against your removal.
Criminal Defense for Immigrants
Criminal charges can lead to your deportation. It is important to begin your defense as soon as possible. Do not plead guilty or say anything without talking with an experienced attorney first.
If you were arrested for a felony or misdemeanor in Northern Ohio, my first priority is to get you released from jail. I will file a Writ of Habeas Corpus or work to have you released on bond.
With extensive criminal defense experience, I know what it takes to convince prosecuting attorneys, judges and juries of my clients' interests. I will visit with you at jail and work hard to help you get your freedom back while the criminal case is being decided.
Immigrants face unique challenges in the US. Any minor criminal charge can pose a serious threat of deportation. If you are concerned about any threats to your visa status, contact me to schedule a free consultation.