I have changed the practice area to one of immigration. The issue does not sound criminal in nature at this point, but rather a part of their immigration proceedings. Whether they can use that information against you or not in the immigration proceeding is something an immigration attorney could answer. Since the case is now 6 years old, I do not feel that criminal charges are likely. If you receive a summons or warrant informing you you are facing criminal prosecution, please repost your question to the criminal section at that time. Otherwise the most appropriate attorneys to help you at this point are immigration attorneys.
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Meet with an immigration attorney as soon as possible.
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