Asked over 1 year ago - Chicago, ILFlag
We have a relative who was involved in very minor crimes as a child, and are wondering if this will prevent him from getting a green card.
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There are too many to list. Consult an attorney to see. Many juvenile convictions will not be considered IF , in fact they are juvenile convictions.
Make sure to obtain the entire record.. minor crimes or not
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There are many crimes that fall under "crimes involving moral turpitude or CIMT". These crimes MAY get a person barred from an immigration benefit. Having said that, there are many exceptions to these CIMT. Please consult an immigration attorney you trust.
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