I-485 Application with Moral Related None-Criminal Charges
My EB-3 based I-485 Application is pending for years. I recently have one issue - I have arrest record in which I was convicted with none-criminal charges (moral related). Do you think this issue will cause the denial of my I-485 Application? Thanks.
If the none-criminal charges involves moral turpitude, then it may be a problem.
Administrative Appeals Office
(AAO) recently found that a single conviction for patronizing a
prostitute did not qualify as a crime involving moral turpitude (CMT).
The AAO found that a waiver of inadmissibility was not required. In
this particular case, the permanent resident, or "green card,"
application was denied and an appeal was filed with the AAO, since
there was a denial of the waiver of inadmissibility.
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