I recently got assault by threat class c misdemeanor citation in texas. Can the US government deport me for this reason. I did not threaten anyone but I had a baseball bat in my hands and was in an argument. The person who called the cops was a us citizen and the police officer gave me citation for threat.
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Not under the facts you presented. A "citation" or warning never got any one "deported" until now. It's a little bit more than a bad joke.. But please make sure to control your temper from now one. That "citation" added to something else in the future could create a much bigger headache, and enrich criminal (and immigration) lawyers as a result.. You don't want that.
You bet. An F-1 non-immigrant visa is as revocable as any other issued visa, provided there are valid grounds for that. From what you described, however, does not rise to the level of the ICE initiating the removal proceedings, yet, if the school revokes your F-1 and some good Samaritan drops a dime to the DHS ICE, they ay pick you up.
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