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Is interfering with the delivery of mail a crime of moral turpitude for USA visa waiver immigration purposes?

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The person employed as a post man thew the mail out instead of delivering it - when applying for a ESTA visa waiver for a holiday visa to the US (australian passport holder) does the person need to answer yes to the question of having ever comitted a crim of moral turpitude?

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I doubt it.

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Not based on the facts you present.

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Yes if he lied about it afterwards and was caught in the lie.

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