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Bankruptcy and Immigration

Bankruptcy And Immigration Lawyer

Immigrants who have chosen to come to the United States, whether that is to pursue a career or have a better life for their family, are likely to have a number of different concerns. If an overwhelming amount of debt is a primary concern, you should seek advice from an attorney who understands the relationship between bankruptcy and immigration. The experienced legal team at our law firm will provide the support that you need.

Minnillo Law Group Co., LPA, has three office locations in Cincinnati and serves clients throughout Southwest Ohio in bankruptcy matters. For more than 15 years, we have been helping individuals get back on track and start a new financial life. At our firm, we believe that client service is of the utmost importance and pledge to provide individualized services that are tailored to meet your needs.

How Will A Bankruptcy Affect My Immigration Status?

If you are a lawful citizen or resident, you are awarded many of the freedoms that U.S. citizens are. One of these freedoms is the right to file bankruptcy if you are facing insurmountable amounts of debt. It is important to know that by filing for bankruptcy, your green card, visa and immigration status will not be affected.

Getting The Help You Need

Many people fear that bankruptcy will be seen as a crime or put them in a light that does not shed good moral character. Our bankruptcy and immigration attorneys will be here to protect your interests and help you seek the debt relief you deserve.

We can help with all types of consumer bankruptcy issues, including:

Contact Our Ohio Bankruptcy And Visa Attorneys

Please contact our bankruptcy lawyers to schedule a free initial consultation. Consultations can be scheduled at any of our three offices, and evening and weekend appointments are available by request.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.