If your case was dismissed as a result of PTI, you cannot expunge the fact that you were admitted to a "diversionary treatment program" (i.e., the PTI). Only the arrest can be expunged. You can obtain a record of the PTI dismissal from the Criminal Division Manager's office. Are you sure is was PTI and not Conditional Discharge? See www.njcrimmigration.com
You are NOT going to jail. If the court is a short distance away, go to court with your check book. No one is interested in issuing license suspensions and bench warrants for such a minor offense. Take care of this Monday or run the risk of getting pulled over.
Sounds like you will FIRST need to attempt to reopen the deportation order. Many questions unanswered. Why did he not go to immigraion court? If your answer truly is that he did not know. Does the government have proof that he was served with the notice to apprear in court. He could face federal charges for this illegal "re-entry". I am in Kinnelon near by. 973-838-3500. Good luck!
This really depends on the nature and damages of the civil trespass. You do not need an attorney if the Judge finds probable cause...the prosecutor will represent you in municipal court. The civil trespass case is an entirely different matter. Speak to an attorney who specializes in civil litigation. Be careful. Civil litigation could easily run into thousands and thousands of dollars.
Have you husband file for your green card at the US Consulate. You better ask his father, mother and brothers to co-sponsor you if he has no assets in US and a lot of debt. The governmnet's philosophy (although I don't necessarily agree with it) is that the US has enough US individuals living on public assistance. The system can't handle foreign nationals living on US public assistance also.
As a juvenile, you have not committed a crime. You are being adjudicated as delinquent. If you have no prior delinquencies, in all likehood you will receive probation or a period of adjustment. Your proceedings are not open to the public and you should refrain from making it public. Contact an attorney in your area who represents defendants in juvenile court or apply for the public defender if you cannot afford one.
My experience is that a jail facility will not perform background checks. Having said that, if you get pulled over by the local police getting there, you will become an inmate at that jail unless you can post the appropriate bail for Ga. If the amount is small, bring the cash with you. You will have to lock it up in a locker at the jail or keep it in your car.
Assuming NO other charges, you will be placed in secondary processing but you not inadmissible. Your shoplifting offense is a crime involving moral turpitude but you are eligible for the "petty offense exception". INA 212(a)(2)(A)(ii)(II). see www.njcrimmigration.com. Contact an attorney to re-open your case, amend the shoplifting to NJSA 2C:33-2a, naturalize (if you have had your green card for the requisite time period) AND STOP SHOPLIFTING.