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LPR reentry to US with criminal conviction - question

Discussion in 'Criminal Convictions and Act' started by clio, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. clio

    clio Registered Users (C)

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  2. asPapi

    asPapi Registered Users (C)

    What are the circumstances of your case?
  3. BigJoe5

    BigJoe5 Registered Users (C)

    IF this is something new that happened AFTER you got your greencard, you might have a problem. IF this is old and was already known before you got your greencard, then it was already reviewed and either found to meet the exception OR you obtained a waiver. IF this is OLD BUT was NOT disclosed when you got your greencard, then you are in trouble for having concealed it EVEN IF it would have met an exception or been eligible for a waiver.

    You have not given sufficient details to figure out what might apply to your case.
  4. clio

    clio Registered Users (C)

    This happened after I got my GC.
  5. BigJoe5

    BigJoe5 Registered Users (C)

    you have still not provided enough info
  6. Upset_Citizen

    Upset_Citizen Registered Users (C)

    bumping this as I have a similar situation with my wife.

    Felony Theft (just for being there with the person who stole) 5 years after LPR status / GC issued. 2 Years Probation and terminated without problems. It was a plea deal. They would not reduce charge to anything less.

    Need to travel for medical purposes as treatment is 10% of the price they want here in the United States.

    Would I need to file an I-601 for her or does the OP's description of the "clause" apply since it was probation without jail time?

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    BTW I have a consult set up with attorney, but would like to know if anyone has personal experience with similar circumstances.

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