Law Offices of Daniel M. Wigon 916-447-8975
Law Offices of Daniel M. Wigon916-447-8975



When you or a loved one are at risk of deportation, it is essential that you speak with an experienced immigration attorney. In these cases, talking with a knowledgeable immigration attorney can mean the difference between being deported and staying with your family in the United States. Immigration attorney Daniel M. Wigon offers experienced, aggressive and effective deportation representation for clients throughout Northern California.


Once the arrested non-citizen is in criminal custody, he/she may be subject to the immigration hold and will be transferred to the immigration detention center for processing once his/her time in county jail/state prison expires. 


Deportable Crimes


If you are a legal immigrant, getting convicted of certain criminal offenses may cause you to be deported from the United States. Legal immigrants who have been allowed into the country include:


- Legal Permanent Residents (green card holders)

- Visa-Holders (student visas, work visa, U-visa, etc)

- Asylee and Refugees


Only some criminal convictions can get a legal alien deported from the United States. You may be in jeopardy of losing your status If your conviction involved any of the following offenses:


- Aggravated felonies

- Drug crimes

- Firearm crimes

- Domestic violence

- Crimes of moral turpitude

- And other crimes


Some deportable offenses include:

- Prostitution

- Perjury

- Rape and sexual abuse

- Some fraud and theft crimes

- Kidnapping

- And more


If you are convicted of a deportable offense, you should contact an aggressive immigration attorney who understands both criminal and immigration law.





  • Removal Proceedings (both IJ & BIA)
  • Termination of Deportation
  • Vacating Post Criminal Convictions
  • Ineffective Assistance of Counsel As a Basis for Post-Conviction Relief
  • Deportability and inadmissibility grounds
  • Bond Hearings
  • Appeals
  • Motions to Reopen
  • Motion to Vacate criminal convictions
  • Federal Court Process & Jurisdiction
  • Immigration consequences of criminal convictions
  • Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Resident
  • Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Resident
  • INA 212 Relief Adjustment of Status
  • INA 212 Application for Waivers
  • Voluntary Departure
  • Asylum, Withholding of Removal & CAT claims
  • Legalization (both under IRCA & LIFE)
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
  • Withholding of Removal
  • Temporary Protected Status
  • Victims of Crime (U or T Visa)
  • VAWA
  • Claim of Derivative Citizenship


1600 Sacramento Inn Way

Suite 228

Sacramento, CA 95815



Red Bluff:

442 Walnut Street

Red Bluff, CA 96080




888 788-8094




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9:00 am - 5:00 pm



(after hour and weekend appointments available)

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