For example, section 273.6? Also, is there a complete list available somewhere online?
It is all case law. You should have an experienced immigration attorney review your conviction record.
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You need to consult with an immigration attorney experienced in handling remocal cases based upon criminal convictions. The immigration law is written generically. The attorney must apply the facts of your particular case to the requirements of the immigration law,
To my knowledge there is no complete list available online. You can go to the BIA website and possibly find some cases.
It is best to talk to an experienced immigration attorney.
Do not rely completely on information you get on this website. It is always wise to consult personally with an immigration attorney before taking any action with the US CIS, or US Consulate.
Please consider contacting one of the attorneys on Avvo. Or, contact the American Immigration Lawyer's Association www.ailalawyer.com for a referral. If you are low income and feel that you can not afford an attorney, try contacting one of the organizations on this list: www.justice.gov/eoir/probono/states.htm
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