New Ruling On Deportable Criminal Aliens

Siding with the administration, the U.S Supreme court recently ruled in favor of the government’s authority to detain “deportable criminal aliens” indefinitely even years after they had served their jail time.

This basically means that if you are a noncitizen:
in deportation proceedings
currently facing criminal charges for a deportable crime
served your time and were released from incarceration

the government has the authority to detain you without a hearing or bond while pursuing your deportation.

This broadly expands the governments criteria to detain immigrants fighting deportation charges as you may be detained for months or even years while awaiting the outcome of your deportation proceedings.

This ruling is considered a big win for the government and, in light of this, you should consult with an immigration attorney to review your status and how this will impact you.

U.S. Immigration Team are experienced immigration bond and deportation defense attorneys located in Naples, Florida serving the Naples and Fort Myers Immigrant community.