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Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions

 

Immigration Law and Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions

 

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) provides grounds for a noncitizen’s removal based on various immigration violations, some of which are related to criminal activity. A noncitizen may be removable from the United States for reasons separate and apart from...

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Immigration Grounds for Inadmissibility to the U.S.

What circumstances would make someone inadmissible to enter the United States?

A non-citizen can be denied admission to the U.S. and removed or denied a green card and adjustment to lawful permanent resident status if he or she has a ground of inadmissibility. There are numerous grounds of inadmissibility.  The most commonly applied grounds...

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