Criminal Legal Services
Whether you are dealing with D.U.I/D.W.I., Traffic Offenses, Drug Offenses, Domestic Violence, Seal & Expunge, Weapons Offenses, Theft, Probation Violation, or Assault and Battery, my legal practice will represent you with dedication, passion, knowledge and commitment every step of the way.
Being an immigrant himself from Canada, Mr. Hagoo has first-hand experience in navigating through the complex and daunting American immigration system. To learn more about the different types of United States visas that are available, and whether you meet the visa qualifications, you can start exploring your opportunities now.
A practice that keeps up with the times. Amir Hagoo is an experienced and qualified criminal and immigration attorney who will personally handle both the criminal charge and the immigration case. Click below to learn more about deportation and removal defense and the services Mr. Hagoo provides
Our Primary Focus
Have you or your loved one recently been arrested or charged with a criminal offense? Confused and unsure about how to apply, or whether you qualify, for a US immigration visa? Or are you in removal proceedings and being threatened with deportation because of your criminal history or you are out of status? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you need an experienced lawyer that primarily focuses on criminal defense and immigration law and that offers premium and professional services in each area. You need to call The Law Office of Amir Hagoo for a free office consultation to learn more about your options and our reasonable fee structure!
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