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Do you know why she got pulled over? Also, is she not able to obtain a license?
Thank you for the reply. What State is this in?
In Florida, this is a traffic criminal offense. It is viewed slightly lower then a misdemeanor but is still a criminal offense. In this case, it MAY subject her to deportation. However, that is between her and the US Government and the court is not likely going to get involved. If she takes a plea deal and resolves this, she will even be warned, that it could subject to her deportation but if this is her only offense, it should not really effect her chance at citizenship. If she continues to drive, then it will be an issue, since she would continuously be violating the law.
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Chance? Yes but it is highly unlikely for something like this. It is not a violent crime or a felony, so I do not think she would get deported or it would be at issue but she needs to be aware if it continues, she could have issues.
Yes, it would. It is a traffic criminal violation, so it would be seen. As I shared though, it is relatively minor, even though it is a criminal offense.
I do not think she will get deported for this, if it was her first offense. Even if this was expunged, immigration would still be able to see it, so it would not make a difference.