Falsely Obtaining a Seaport ID in Miami
Miami Fraud Crime Defense Lawyer: Falsely Obtaining a Seaport ID
Falsely obtaining a seaport ID is a third degree felony and punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a $5000 fine. If you have been charged with falsely obtaining a seaport ID you could be facing the lifelong consequence of not being able to get a job or pass a background check. As we know many employers will not hire a convicted felon especially if their background has a charge involving fraud. Do not attempt to defend this case on your own. If you are an immigrant attempting to become a citizen of the US, a conviction of falsely obtaining a seaport security identification card can have dire consequences for you, resulting in your ultimate removal or deportation.
Immigration and Falsely Obtaining a Seaport ID
At Seltzer Law P.A., we have a vast amount of experience in both criminal defense and immigration law, and understand how both areas of the law can intersect. David Seltzer is a former prosecutor that can help you to seek to successfully defend these charges and preserve your chances of becoming a U.S. citizen in the future. As with any crime, the charges have to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, and often, there will be holes in the prosecution's case which give rise to a reasonable doubt and a possible acquittal.
Let us help you defend the charges and preserve your right to work and live in the US. When you call Seltzer Law PA and schedule a free consultation we will sit down with you review your case and determine what the best course of action is for you. If you immigration status a guilty verdict in obtaining a seaport ID by fraud will result in deportation proceedings. Don't delay in speaking with a Miami criminal defense attorney to defend against any type of seaport ID fraud cases.