interesting, btw do you know if i could apply for dental hygienist at my current school? and should i do something about my shoplifting issues??? i mean could it be resolve is what im trying ask your colleagues.
You can apply, but I can't say what they will think about the criminal charge.
I am licensed in Michigan. While the federal immigration laws apply to all states, the shoplifting charge is a state issue and so you should consult with a Texas criminal defense attorney.
thank you thank you for the info
i know i ask the other attorney but does it matter if i was an minor as of 14 year old at the current time???
Yes it matters. Minors are treated differently than adults, but I don't know enough about Texas law to confidently say what the difference would be for you.
it was also my first time being caught, first offender??
Possibly. In MI it varies by crime; I assume that it would vary in Texas too but I don't know for certain.
I should clarify: when I said that being a minor mattered, I was referring to the criminal conviction, not to the effect on your immigration status or to your ability to qualify under the new policy. There are still a lot of details about the new policy that we don't know yet (that haven't been announced or determined).
sorry for asking too much question, but i been trying to ask, im i able to get rid of the conviction, and still be able to be qualify?? no body answering my question.