hi my friend was arrested for a misdamenor with an expired green card. He's green card expired when he was 13 years old and he is now 24. he was release from jail and sent to a Detention center for illegal immigrants. is there any way to he can do to stay in the usa?
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Yes, there may be several options for him. It depends on what he was convicted of and what jail time he was sentenced to. He should or his family bring all his court papers, sentencing minutes and arrest report along with all his immigration papers to an Immigration Attorney for review to determine what options are available to him.
The first thing to do is to bring your friend's conviction documents for the attorney. We suggest you to consult with an immigration attorney ASAP to avoid any delay.
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