Category: Immigration

Do You Have to Disclose Arrests to USCIS When You Apply for an Immigration Benefit?

When you apply for an immigration benefit, such as a green card or U.S. citizenship, you are required to disclose any arrests or criminal convictions that you have ever had.

Do You Have to Disclose Arrests to USCIS When You Apply for an Immigration Benefit?

If you have ever been arrested, you must disclose your arrests to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). If you fail to do so, even Read More

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Expungement and Immigration

If you get your criminal record expunged, will it affect your immigration case? This guide explains the link between expungement and immigration so you know what you’re facing if you’re not a natural born or naturalized U.S. citizen.

Expungement and Immigration

United States immigration law requires you to disclose any arrests you’ve ever had when you apply for immigration benefits. That includes any arrests you had when you were a Read More

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Reasons to Clear Your Criminal Record: Immigration

The United States is considered a melting pot with the most diverse group of people living in one nation.  People from other countries seek to live the American dream by immigrating to the United States in order to provide their families with the best opportunities possible.   Many immigrants eventual realize the potential for success and apply for citizenship.

Before a person is granted the status of being a “citizen” of Read More

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