Crimes That Will Make an Immigrant Deportable
How crimes of moral turpitude, aggravated felonies, and other crimes can make even a green card holder deportable from the U.S.
Immigration Risks of Pleading Guilty or No Contest
A plea bargain or no contest plea may turn out to be a worse deal than it appears if it makes you deportable or removable from the U.S.
Mandatory Detention: When Immigration and Customs May Hold a Noncitizen Without Bond
With a crime on someone's record, there's a good chance that an arrest by immigration authorities will be followed by detention.
Common Crimes Making Visa or Green Card Holders Deportable: Theft, Burglary, Assault
Even a lawful permanent resident can be removed from the U.S. for any of various criminal acts, depending on the crime's definition and severity.
Is an Immigrant Convicted of Domestic Violence Deportable?
Domestic violence convictions can lead a green card or visa holder to being removed from the U.S.
Noncitizens Convicted of Aggravated Felony: Defenses to Deportation
Aggravated felony convictions bar foreign nationals from most, but not all forms of immigration relief.
What happens if a green card holder pleads guilty to a misdemeanor?
Even misdemeanor charges can make a lawful permanent resident deportable.
If I report my permanent resident spouse for domestic violence, will he get deported?
How to protect yourself when dealing with a complex legal situation.
Can You Be Deported for a Drug Crime?
Controlled substance violations can lead to removal for a variety of reasons under the federal immigration laws.
Can I be deported for having stolen property in my possession?
Could possession of stolen property be an aggravated felony that results in a green card holder getting removed from the U.S.?
Should I Tell U.S. Immigration About Foreign Arrest If Charges Dropped?
Even if it's unlikely for the U.S. government to find out about a foreign arrest, it may be safer to disclose it than hide it.