They could be placed in the custody of relatives who are legal US residents or made "wards of the court" and placed in a foster or group home in the state where they now reside.
If Kazakh officials find out about your criminal background, you will be deported.
Deportation occurs when a person has violated the laws of any country. Not every violation leads to deportation. When a person has overstayed on a visa and not adhered to immigration laws, then he/she can be deported. Citizens cannot be deported but if they are convicted of any crime that affects the laws of the Country and its citizenship, then they can be deported.
When one lives in any country they must abide by the laws of that country and sign a document stating this fact. If the person is a convicted criminal for the first time they should be deported immediately back to their own country.
yes, illegal immigrant can be deported even if he/she has children who are US citizens. moreover harbouring an illegal immigrant is a serious offence. please refer to US department of homeland security website www.dhs.gov
If he is being deported primarily because of illegal or criminal activity - very little or nothing. He had no right to be here in the first place and especially none to stay if he is a criminal.
Operating on the assumption that the Questioner means "Deported":Yes. A non-resident can theoretically be deported for the commission of any criminal offense.
The act of deportation pertains to those persons who are not US citizens. If an individual who is not a US citizen is convicted of a felony crime he or she serves the imposed sentence, their residence status is revoked and they are deported to their country of origin.
Yes. The convicted person loses their right to appeal deportation action.
Yes. Any foreign national who is unlawfully present in the US is subject to deportation regardless of their marital status or whether or not they have a criminal history. However, those persons who have a criminal record in the US are not eligible for the deportation appeal process.
He was convicted of fraud
He was convicted of fraud.
Yes, you can be deported. I am a Japanese citizen who went to the US when I was 1 1/2 yrs old. I have 2 children and a husband, all US citizens, but I was deported for life last year.
If convicted of an offence, the immigrants may either be deported or jailed and then deported.
Yes, there is a specific deportation charge for a conviction of Domestic Assault or any criminal offense that has the elements of domestic assault. It does not matter what the sentence is.
Well, you certainly won't have a record in the United States, because it's not a crime in any State to be in someone else's country illegally. If you were simply deported and not convicted of any actual criminal offense in Canada, you won't have a criminal record there, either, however you are probably now listed as "ineligible to enter Canada" by the Canadian authorities.
If you're in the US on a green card, and convicted of a felony, you'll be deported.
No. Illegal immigrants are subject to deportation with or without a criminal conviction. Permanent resident status and naturalized citizenship can be revoked if the circumstances warrant and the convicted person can be deported to his or her country of origin and permanently banned for applying for reentry into the US.
If he is deported from another country, yes.
yes but it depends on what he got convicted of Ha! Ha! Not likely, especially if they live in a sanctuary city like San Francisco, San Diego or Houston!
Not on the basis of that accusation, not unless he is convicted.
It might depend on the reason you were deported. If it was because of an administrative reason (paperwork, etc), maybe. If you were deported because of criminal activity, forget it.
If they're in the country illegally, they can be deported. Entering the country illegally is a criminal act in the first place.
If you were deported for criminal activity, there is no way you will be readmitted to the U.S. with a green card. I don't know about the possibilities if you marry.