Unfortunately, divorce is a common occurrence in the United States. Often, it is a lengthy and complex undertaking due to custody and visitation issues, as well as division of community property. An additional complicating factor is the immigration status of the divorcing parents.
Whether an individual is subject to deportation based on the commission of a crime is an interesting and important issue. The last two blog posts addressed the legal issue of deportation for aliens that have been lawfully admitted to the United States.
Foreign nationals that have committed criminal acts are subject to possible deportation. Whether a particular crime subjects an individual to deportation is a critical question, and understanding the answer is important. Last we
Legal immigrants to the United States are allowed to remain in the country with the understanding that they must fully comply with all immigration laws and other federal, state and local laws during their time here.