Immigration Law Questions
- Can I be deported if I am convicted of a crime?
- Common types of relief from removal for an undocumented immigrant
- Common ways to become a permanent resident in the United States
- Do I really need an immigration lawyer?
- How do I help my fiancé become a permanent U.S. resident?
- How much will it cost to hire an immigration lawyer?
- How will the immigration officials determine if my marriage is valid?
- If I am deported can I ever come back to the United States?
- If I have been convicted of a crime will I be given asylum in the United States?
- Married a United States citizen can I get a green card?
- What is marriage fraud?
- What questions should I ask my immigration lawyer?
- What will happen in the marriage fraud interview?
- Who can get a Social Security Card?
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If you have been convicted of a crime, probation is a sentence which allows you to remain free in the community instead of serving time in jail or prison.
Category: Criminal Law