Is there going to be any immigration issue due to a disorderly conduct conviction... I was initially charged with Theft but was reduced to disorderly conduct - M4 ... Would that effect my re-enter chances to USA if i travel outside USA.?
No, it should not. Have a local immigration lawyer prepare a Motion of Point and Authorities to be presented to CBP upon your return to the US, at the airport. Also have the copy of your case's final disposition which you should get from the court.
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The Department of Homeland Security may initiate removal proceedings of an alien if convicted of an aggravated felony or a crime involving moral turpitude that is punishable by imprisonment of at least one year. If convicted of two crimes involving moral turpitude, the alien will be subject to removal. In addition, an alien may be subject to deportation if convicted of: any violation of a federal, state, or foreign law or regulation relating to a controlled substance; being a drug abuser or drug addict; involving in an offense related to a firearm or destructive device; an offense related to espionage, sabotage, or treason or sedition, if the offense is punishable by imprisonment of five years or more; is convicted of an offense under the Military Selective Service Actor the Trading with the Enemy Act; high-speed flight from an immigration checkpoint; threatening by mail the President, Vice President, or other officer in the line of presidential succession; a crime of domestic violence, stalking, child abuse, child neglect, or child abandonment; or violates a protection order related to violence or harassment.
Consult an immigration attorney.
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Not really. Try to stay away from trouble though.
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