There is no arrest record, no criminal record.
There has to be a way to get the "civil incident report" completely expunged. How can there be a criminal report expunged from somebody's record if that person was never prosecuted, but a CIVIL report can NOT ben expunged from somebody's record and there is not even prosecution involved?
So, for example, INS was running a search on my husband to make sure that he can be a good citizen when he gets his green card. What are the chances that INS would run across a civil incident report? This is just local. The police station informed me that INS doesn't have access to civil reports if a nationwide search is run. But if a local search is run, the report could be found. INS could see this report and think something wrong about my husband. Should I direct this kind of question to a immigration lawyer?
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