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As you are helping Nimba fill out s I-130 and I-485, you run

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As you are helping Anthony Nimba fill out his I-130 and I-485, you run your usual criminal background check. You discover that he was convicted of assault and battery under Mass. Gen. Laws 265 § 13A when he was a student in Boston several years ago (but he was over the age of 18)
Not clear what subsection of § 13A he was convicted under.
Now, you have to figure out if he will be found inadmissible for having a crime involving moral turpitude. You also need to consider what documents USCIS can look at to determine if he is inadmissible. Can they look at the police reports in his case, for example?
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Homework
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
The problem question is a school work which will attract marks. thanks
Expert:  Donna Kakonge replied 9 months ago.

Dear Ola,

Anthony Nimba would not be eligible to receive any form of a visa or citizenship in the United States. The USCIS would look at both the police reports, plus the court records. He would also be in a data bank of offenders.

Kindest regards,

Donna Kakonge, ABD

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
I know this simple facts. i wanted the references to all the facts & not just this response.
Expert:  Donna Kakonge replied 9 months ago.

Dear Ola,

Sorry I did not respond to your question fully before. Here is a more detailed response with the criminal code:

8 U.S. Code § 1227 - Deportable aliens

I hope that helps.

Kindest regards,

Donna Kakonge, ABD

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
No I'm already done with the problem the money I paid is a loss. The response is not what I expected I'm one unsatifisfied customer using this medium.
Expert:  Donna Kakonge replied 9 months ago.

Dear Ola,

You need to withdraw your question when you have the answer so you will not get charged.

Kindest regards,

Donna Kakonge, ABD

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
How do I withdraw my question when I've been charged already ???
Expert:  Donna Kakonge replied 9 months ago.

Dear Ola,

You can contact Just Answer and request for the charge to be reversed.

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Thank you
Expert:  Donna Kakonge replied 9 months ago.

You are welcome.