My brother was convicted of embezzlement from his old job appx $1,100 worth. It was originally going to be a felony, but due to first time it was lowered to a misdemeanor. This happened in 2005. He was told to pay the fees and do 3 years of community service. He did all of the above and petitioned for early probation because he did extra hours of community service, it was approved and he only did one and a half years of probation. He was allowed to get his record expunged in 2007 as he followed and paid everything as asked. Since his run in with the law, he has graduated as a computer engineer, and currently holds a great job for an international technology company. He travels plenty internationally, thus his job keep mentioning that he should apply for citizenship. Will he have issues?
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