at one time in my life i was on drugs, homeless, was in a bad relationship , ect.. can u please help me with this matter?
you will need to obtain certified copies of all nine criminal convictions and then consult with an immigration attorney on your options. Much better chance for a succccessful citizenship application if the convictions are more than five years old and you have good strong evidence of your rehabilitation. You also need to make sure that nione of these or the combination make you subject to removal.
Lynne R. Feldman, Attorney at Law
Concentrating in Immigration Law
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Former Adjunct Professor -- Immigration law
University of Illinois College of Law
I commend you on planning for your future, but make sure you consult with a qualified attorney about this. Filing for citizenship with the history you describe may cause detention and removal.
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My colleagues are correct. Get certified copies of every piece of paper in your court files and make an appointment to talk to an attorney.
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