Legal Question in Immigration Law in New York

Violations convictions in the past--greencard possible?

so i have 3 violations convictions (non-criminal) in total, 1 in the past and 2 this year. would it affect my greencard application? i just had my fingerprint done, would my violations (non-criminal) show up in finger print and will my greencard be rejected? would i be in the risk of gettin deported over 3 violations? please help!

Asked on 6/22/08, 1:43 pm

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Carlos Gonzalez Gonzalez Law Associates P.C.
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Re: Violations convictions in the past--greencard possible?

violations are NOT crimes, and as such would not affect your status - however as your prints are run they will pull up all three arrests, and this may affect your application.

you should contact an attorney qualified to assist you with your application, there may be ways to prevent these arrests from affecting you.

you may reach us at 212.709.8303

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Answered on 6/23/08, 5:03 pm

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