Immigration Law Questions? Ask an Immigration Lawyer.
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The welfare fraud, what was the amount of the fraud?
It's important to know if it is over $10,000 or under $10,000 because that's the difference that could get you deported from the U.S.
When you entered the U.S. and got your green card, were you over 18 or under 18?
Then you do not have a claim to U.S. Citizenship because you had to have been under 18 when you got your Residency status. Now we have to hope that your criminal offense does not make you deportable from the U.S. Take your time to get that information as your question does not close or time out.
You are not limited to time. Take as much time as you need to get that information because it is very important. Get the statute number under which you were convicted and the amount.
Hello Joanne. Any word?
Ok. Take your time. Thank you.