Being stopped by the police or an immigration officer is an unnerving experience if you are out of status. The actions you take at that moment can impact your right to remain in the United States. Therefore, you should be well aware of your rights and how to protect yourself.
HOW A MARIJUANA CONVICTION AFFECTS YOUR IMMIGRATION APPLICATION States across the country are relaxing the laws on marijuana. Some states have decriminalized possession of small amounts of cannabis, typically instructing police officers to issue civil citations
You have all of the qualifications to get your green card. Unfortunately, grounds for inadmissibility could put your application at risk.
The United States has strict rules about who is allowed to enter the country. You may meet all other qualifications of a visa, but be denied admission
A DUI (driving under the influence) conviction carries a number of obvious immediate repercussions: arrest, detention, prosecution and, if convicted, incarceration, fines, loss