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Strategic Defense For Illegal Reentry Charges In Orlando

Illegal reentry charges can be severe federal offenses, especially if an individual has been previously deported and is found back in the United States. At Ivanor Law Firm, our experienced attorneys comprehend the complexity and gravity of these cases, offering robust defense strategies to protect your rights and navigate the intricate legal landscape.

Navigating Complex Federal Charges

Illegal reentry charges involve intricate federal laws and can lead to severe consequences, including lengthy incarceration and deportation. Our criminal defense attorneys possess a deep understanding of federal laws and immigration regulations, enabling us to craft strategic defense approaches tailored to your case’s unique circumstances.

Comprehensive Federal Defense Experience

With a focus on federal defense cases, our attorneys are well-versed in handling illegal reentry charges. We analyze case details, investigate reentry circumstances and leverage our extensive knowledge to build a robust defense strategy to protect your rights.

Intersection Of Immigration And Federal Defense

Illegal reentry charges often intersect with immigration issues, complicating the legal proceedings. Our attorneys understand these complexities and navigate the interplay between federal charges and immigration consequences, ensuring comprehensive and strategic defense representation.

Dedicated Legal Advocacy

We are dedicated to safeguarding your rights and providing resolute legal advocacy. We prioritize open communication, guiding you through every step of the legal process and advocating for your rights with unwavering commitment.

Frequently Asked Questions On Illegal Reentry

Legal representation is essential, considering the complexity and severity of illegal reentry charges. Our immigration attorney can assess the case’s specific details and explore potential defenses. Here are the frequently asked questions on illegal reentry into the U.S.:

What is illegal reentry under U.S. law?

Under U.S. law, illegal reentry is the act of returning to the United States without authorization after being previously deported or removed. It is governed by Section 1326 of Title 8 of the United States Code (8 U.S.C. 1326).

So, if you have been officially removed from the country and return without proper authorization, you’re committing illegal reentry.

What are the penalties for illegal reentry under 8 U.S.C. 1326?

Under 8 U.S.C. 1326, the penalties for illegal reentry vary based on factors like prior criminal history and the circumstances of reentry.

Generally, a first-time offender might face up to two years in federal prison, while those with prior felony convictions or other aggravating factors could face up to 20 years in prison. Additionally, fines may apply, and deportation could follow after the prison sentence is complete.

What are the consequences of a conviction for illegal reentry beyond prison time?

Beyond immediate imprisonment and potential fines, a conviction for illegal reentry can have lasting effects. It may impact immigration status, making obtaining legal status or applying for citizenship more challenging.

Also, it could result in a permanent bar on reentering the U.S., leading to family separation and limiting opportunities for employment or education.

What should I do if I or a loved one has been charged with illegal reentry?

If you or a loved one is facing charges of illegal reentry, it is crucial to seek legal counsel. An experienced immigration attorney can

  • Evaluate the case
  • Explore defenses
  • Navigate complexities within immigration law
  • Advocate for you in court

By collaborating with your attorney and providing the necessary information, you can better address the charges and work toward minimizing their impact on your future.

Protect Your Rights

If facing illegal reentry federal charges, immediate legal assistance is crucial. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your case and protect your rights. We speak Spanish. Make an appointment with our team by calling 407-255-2065 or completing this online form.