Well, let me put it to you this way:
Greencard holders can be placed into removal if they are convicted of the following crimes:
-Two or more crimes involving moral turpitude at anytime; or
-A drug-related crime; or
-A crime considered an “aggravated felony,” which includes things like murder, rape
, drug trafficking
, fraud (over $10,000); and crimes involving theft or violence (including drunk driving) where a judge sentenced you to one year or more of jail time (regardless of your actual time spent in jail).
In the end, even those that fit the criteria are sometimes left alone. It is all at discretion of ICE.
Now, if ICE did not put a lock on someone when they were arrested, this likely means that they are NOT interested in removal. As such, I highly doubt
that this should cause for removal.
However, one should wait 5 years after the end of any diversion program before filing for citizenship.
Gentle Reminder: Please use the REPLY
button to keep chatting, or RATE
your rating when we are finished.