Although not likely a CIMT it could nevertheless be deemed a crime of violence, which would make you inadmissible. It depends on the jurisdiction. I suggest that you hire an experienced immigration attorney to review your entire conviction record.
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It is impossible to provide a legal opinion as to whether an alien will be able to secure an immigration visa. It is necessary that you contact an experienced immigration attorney and examine the facts of your acse and provide you with a legal opinion as to your options. When the BIA makes a determiantion on a case before it, it is like any other administrative court in the applicability of the decision to other later cases. This is why there is often a series of BIA decisions that are inconsitent on its face but consistent when the facts are hashed out. Good luck.
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I agree that it is highly unlikely to be a CIMT. Further, even if it is a crime of violence or for that matter a crime of domestic violence, neither of those types of offenses are grounds of inadmissibility. Thus it appears that you can get an immigrant visa.Ask a similar question