Attorneys litigate the definition of what a CIMT is at an ongoing basis. You would want an attorney to show that this isn't one and also that if it is, it should come under a petty offense exception. Consult with an attorney about your status and the court disposition and you should get a more complete answer. Good luck!
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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You need to run a certified disposition by an immigration attorney but it's probably a petty offense.
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I agree with my colleague. You need to gather your conviction records including your Judgment of Sentence and meet with an immigration attorney to confirm that this a petty offense (and therefore not a CIMT) and discuss the implications on the good moral character requirment for naturalization. WHile this may seem confusing, CIMT and GMC are separate concepts in immigration court. Just because it is not a CIMT doesn't mean that it won't effect an IO's adjudication of his natz application on GMC grounds.
As my colleagues stated, you need to show your papers to an attorney ... this question can not be properly answered on an internet blog.
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Crime involving moral turpitude has no set definition, it is quite possible that this is one. One CIMT with a sentence of under 6 months in jail, including suspended, is generally a petty offense, and should be no problem for travel if there are no other convictions. US citizenship requires Good Moral Character and you should wait five years.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.