Can domestic violence case which was later converted to noise ordinance violation can affect the green card renewal outcomes ?
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There are a lot of unanswered questions here that need review before an attorney should feel comfortable deciding what they think about your case. The criminal arrest is one issue, the DV issues are a second one, and most importantly, questions regarding your good moral character have to be reviewed by an attorney. You should seek an attorney who can sit with you to review your case and see what needs to still be done, or what you will need to prepare for at your interview.
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A domestic violence case which was later converted to noise ordinance violation should not affect the green card renewal outcomes unless admitted.
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