Category Archives: Immigration Law
What is a Crime of Moral Turpitude?
A crime of moral turpitude is an offense that is contrary to socially accepted moral conduct. It is a general term that refers to a wide range of offenses. Most commonly, it is used when discussing offenses committed by individuals who are not citizens of the United States, including both lawful permanent residents and… Read More »
I Was Charged with a Crime. I am Not a United States Citizen – What Can I Do?
The United States of America is often called the “land of opportunity.” For centuries, people from around the world have come to this country with the hope of becoming citizens and enjoying greater opportunities for themselves and their families. But before becoming citizens, many individuals live in this country either under the designation of… Read More »