Detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Illinois immigration attorney Pushkar Mitra is uniquely qualified to handle a variety of issues in the immigration law practice area, including circumstances as when you or a loved one is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. As an Asian-American, he feels honor-bound to practice immigration law. He speaks three languages, English, Spanish and Hindi/Urdu. He puts his client’s wants and needs first, understanding the deeply personal nature of immigration issues, as well as the devastating consequences of negative outcomes to his clients and their families. He will sit with you, gather a full accounting of the facts of your situation before giving honest and accurate advice on how to proceed. He offers flexible payment plans for his clients as well.

Mr. Mitra’s internship with the Miami Public Defender’s Office provided him with experience in criminal law. When dealing with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), some knowledge of criminal law and procedure is a valuable asset, especially when detained by ICE.

Detained by ICE

ICE may detain you if:

  • You committed a “crime of moral turpitude”
  • You have multiple convictions where the sentences add up to five years or more in jail
  • Drug offenses or ICE suspects you are involved in drug trafficking
  • Prostitution
  • Human trafficking
  • Terrorist activity
  • Money laundering

You do not have to be convicted of some of the above items. There does not have to be ironclad evidence. The government officials have broad authority, and only have to have enough evidence to suggest that you are involved for the USCIS to detain you. Because of this broad power, it is important to get the assistance of a committed and skilled attorney like Pushkar Mitra.

Illinois Immigration Attorney Pushkar Mitra

If you or a loved one is detained, and you do not believe the government has grounds to keep you in custody, you have the right to request a hearing to show why you should be released. When a loved one is detained by USCIS, we can immediately schedule a Bond hearing for their release. Our team is able to handle criminal proceedings to protect against immigration consequences of criminal pleas. The law is clear: a criminal Defendant must be sentenced to less than 365 days. Do not accept a plea with adverse consequences. Hire an attorney immediately. Call Pushkar Mitra for an attorney who is committed to getting justice for you.

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