Your son's criminal history can certainly prevent approval of his application depending upon the specific facts. Additionally, it most certainly will lead to delays in the clearance of any background checks.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney for case specific advice.
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This may be contributing to the delay since background checks are performed. I recommend contacting a qualified immigration attorney to fully discuss your case.
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I agree with attorney Devore. You can retain an attorney to intervene in the case if you are not currently working with one
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A petit theft is a CIMT. If he did not disclose this case on his application and provide a complete certified copy of the case record he may have a problem with getting his asylum approved.Ask a similar question