If you are a child of a legal citizen can you be deported if you commit a crime?
If you commit a crime, and are not a citizen of the United States, you can be deported, regardless of whether or not your parents are a citizen.
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If a non-citizen commits a crime in the US can the government deport him even if this person has been in the States for over 10 years?
Of course - what does the 10 years residency have anything to do with it?
If a legal resident from Russia commits a crime what are the chances that Ukraine will reinstate his citizenship and allow him to be deported back to Russia?
Answer . Very Good. I think you will find that there is an agreement between the two country's with this matter. But it may depends on the crime that is committed.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nAn undocumented parent can get deported, even if his or her baby is a U.S. citizen. However, if that person is in deportation proceedings, they… may have a defense to deportation (which means they may be allowed to remain in the U.S. and avoid deportation). Of course, this is only a defense to deportation. The person can still be deported, but a young parent with a child born in the United States has a chance with this defense. The defense is called CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL and it is not an application but a defense used in a deportation/removal proceeding before the Judge which is hearing your case as to whether you should leave the country or not. In order to use this defense the parent must meet these requirements, please note this does not mean you qualify for residency or that you will win the case and no one can guarantee that you will qualify for residency through these means.\n. \n1. The young person must prove with good documentation that they have lived in the United States continuously for over 10 years. The ten years stop if you have had proceeding with the Immigration Court, been previously deported or have committed certain crimes. \n2. You must show good moral character during your life in the United States. That means that you have not had problems with the police, the DMV or Immigration as well as being a productive person assimilated into society who has not depended upon Public Assistance. \n3. You must have a qualifying relative; in this case, your U. S. born child will do; but Legal parents and/or a spouse will do also. \n4. You must show that the parent's removal would be an exceptional and extremely unusual hardship not to the parent but to the qualifying relative. \n. \nI just googled "can I be deported even if my child is a US citizen"
If a green card holder commits a crime and sentenced to a prison term of nine years and deportation can he stay if he marries a US citizen while he is incarcerated?
No, assuming he was allowed to marry, it would have no bearing on his status and he would still be deported after he served his mandated sentence.
Depends on the state and crime. Also if the parent could have prevented it. if parents cannot give time to care their children & leave them alone then such children can become… stressed & we all know"empty mind, devils home" so they commit different crimes and may also take help of drugs mostly westerns are quite busy in work & can't seek their children & such condition may be deadly to their children
yes, a crime is still a crime, it doesnt matter when it was commited
Can an illegal immigrant be deported for committing a misdemeanor crime if she has a child born in the us and the father of the baby is a us citizen?
well the question of the daay would be are they married????
The minimum age in most places is 12 years old. Anything below that is not believed to be capable of forming the proper intent to commit a crime. The prosecutor can decide t…o charge anyone over the age 12 as an adult.
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It depends upon the seriousness and if the naturalized lied on his oath.
In Maryland will a legal guardian be committed of a crime of child abuse for letting their child get a nose piercing at age 14 with parental consent and will be with them?
did he/she want to do it? If so, probably not.
It is until you have registered as a married citizen in America.
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Given that combination of circumstances, it is VERY likely that you will.
Can a non citizen marry a citizen and become legal even though he committed a crime and is on ins watch?
depends what crime - and when crime committed.
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There are certain circumstances in which you can legally dosomething that would otherwise be illegal. For example, if youbreak down someone's door, that is normally illegal, b…ut if you doit to rescue someone who is trapped inside a burning house, then itis legal.