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Asked on: 2/11/09, 10:02 am

re-entry to USA from canada

i never got any answer , my question was will i be denied entry or place in deportation because 4 years ago i had traffic ticket for driving with a suspended license they did not arrest me that day, went to court and i paid a fine. but some people say they can denied you entry for some minor offence

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Answered on: 2/11/09, 10:57 pm by Isabella Mayzel, Esq.

Re: re-entry to USA from canada

I assume that you are a lawful permanent resident and, therefore, have just a green card. If it is so, you should not have any problems to re-enter the U.S. either from Canada or any other country. You can obtain a certified copy of the disposition of the court, if it makes you feel good, and take it with you on your trip. Under the law, this traffic ticket by itself cannot be a ground for deportation or any other immigration problems.


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