If you filed an I-90 seeking a replacement card, that will not be affected by your criminal issues. Regarding the status of your residency, it depends on the nature of the final resolution of your criminal cases (i.e. was adjudication withheld, did you enter a guilty plea, were the charges dropped, etc.), which will may or may not become an issue until you seek adjustment of your status to U.S. Citizen.Ask a similar question
If you received the greencard prior to the incident and you are fingerprinted in order to get your new card it could cause you some probplems. Shoplifting is a CIMT and a deportable offense. however. you do have defenses to the removal.
You are eligible for NATZ. i suggest that as soon as you get your replacement greencard you apply. Once you are a USC, you will no longer need to worry about issues such as this.
1. no they can not deny your green card,
2. they can keep you from coming back,
3. people convicted of two or more crimes involving moral turpitude are subject to mandatory detention, find an attorney fast. bruce coane of miami is one of the best
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Refuse to issue you a card? No. Place you in removal proceedings? Possibly yes. An alien convicted of two crimes of moral turpitude not arising out of the same criminal scheme is deportable. The crimes do not need to be felonies.
I recommend that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney before taking any action.
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