I assume you are a US citizen. As long as he knows about all f your arrests, they are your arrests and should not have an effect on him. Also, make sure you do not have any open warrants because if you do, you may be arrested inside a Federal Building when you go in for his interview. Also, make sure you work with an experienced attorney.
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there are very little restrictions on a US citizen's ability to petition regardless of criminal history on the citizen's part. Speak to an immigration attorney who can best advise you
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Assuming you are a US citizen, unless you have sex crime convictions with a minor, you have nothing to worry about. Just make sure there are no open warrants for your arrest, though.
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Being a US citizen, then your record should not affect your ability to apply for your husband based on your criminal convictions. As discussed above, your husband should be aware of these convictions. That being said, before you file you should make sure you discuss this matter with an immigration attorney to make sure he is eligible to apply for residency. I hope the above information was useful.
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