As a foreigner facing criminal charges in the U.S., you have more to lose compared to a criminal suspect who is a citizen of the country. This means you can't afford any misstep in your legal defense. Here are a few examples of complications you may face as a result of your foreigner status: You May Be Barred From Leaving the Country As a criminal suspect, you may be barred from leaving the country until your case is resolved.
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