Thank you for your response it has give me some clarity for the future. I have contacted my attorney in the US and he told me a number of things that I need to provide to the courts to request for them to vacate the conditional discharge. Most of the documentation required I am fine to provide but he did state that we need credible proof that my residency circumstances are compromised by a Conditional Discharge being on my record. He further states that a letter from an immigration Solicitor will help the courts to establish this.
Is it possible for you to provide an official letter for me to give to the courts? Do you work out of a firm? I am more than willing to come to your office and pay your for your time, advice and letter that would very much help me in this case.
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