Under the Immigration and Nationality Act any immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony is deportable. An aggravated felony included any felony punishable under the Controlled Substances Act. However, the U.S. Supreme Court decided on December 5, 2006, that immigration courts cannot deport aliens convicted of minor state drug offenses that are not felonies under federal law. So.. yes if the felony is defined under Federal law an immigrant can be deported.
Can arreas in child support affect the issuance of a lost green card?
A green card holder can be deported for any felony.
If you're in the US on a green card, and convicted of a felony, you'll be deported.
Nothing, you only have to be married for 3 years before they can revoke a green card for such a matter. And they don't even revoke a green card just for that, they have to prove that the marriage was entered unlawfully and not for the right reasons. The government is not going to force you to stay married to someone just to keep their green card active
Answer: If he gets up to 3 felony he will be deported.
Yes and it most likely will get him deported if it was a felony
True or False: The State of Florida will revoke your license if you are found guilty of committing a felony for drug possession.
In THIS day and age? Probably not. Check with ICE.
If the crime is a Felony the answer is no. For misdemeanors I am not sure
No.no legal charges can exist
No. A felony conviction disqualifies you from getting a resident alien card (aka green card); even a misdemeanor can, depending on the nature of the offense. Either case can lead to deportation, so tread carefully.
I would hope not
Having a Green card bestows certain rights on the person. In turn, a lot of responsibility or duties are expected from them. If the green card holder fails to uphold them or acts in a way which is against the basic principle of the US, then he /she may stand a chance to lose all their hold in the US. In that aspect, the person's Green card status will be revoked and he/she can face deportation.
Maybe if you took care of your responsibility you wouldn't have to be concerned. I would say yes they can.
YES, of course it can be revoked for purposefully lying to the government.
If he/she is a legal permanent resident, then depending on the crime (serious crime [rape, murder, robbery, etc...], aggravated felonies, or crimes of moral turpitude), yes, USCIS will revoke the green card and deport the immigrant back to Canada. If the USCIS is feeling charitable, they MIGHT allow the immigrant to leave on voluntary departure.
How long does a person have to revoke a deposit onto a debit card, after it has already been taken out of the checking account?
Yes. I have a Sheriff's card and a non-violent recent felony. I am not sure about violent felonies though.
Apply for it and where it says have you every been convicted of a felony check yes. The will send you information on getting the card. It is possible.