Rights of Foreign Nationals - eBook on Criminal Law - Immigration Consequences Arising from Criminal Actions of U.S. Citizens and Noncitizens (2020)

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This chapter of the second edition will help lawyers avoid potential pitfalls, and highlights situations in which standard advice for a citizen client might be inappropriate for a noncitizen client. After purchase go to My Content to retrieve your digital file(s) - PDF Download.
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CRIMINAL LAW—IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES 
ARISING FROM CRIMINAL ACTIONS OF 
U.S. CITIZENS AND NONCITIZENS
N. David Shamloo

§ 3.1 OVERVIEW

§ 3.1-1 Scope
§ 3.1-2 Postconviction Relief Statute of Limitations
§ 3.1-3 Removability versus Inadmissibility
§ 3.1-4 Secure Communities Program

§ 3.2 CONVICTIONS UNDER IMMIGRATION LAW

§ 3.2-1 Definition of Conviction under Immigration Law
§ 3.2-2 Misdemeanor versus Felony
§ 3.2-3 Inchoate Crimes—Attempts and Conspiracy
§ 3.2-4 Inchoate Crimes—Solicitation
§ 3.2-5 Diversion
§ 3.2-6 Drug Addiction or Drug Abuse
§ 3.2-7 Convictions on Direct Appeal
§ 3.2-8 Expunction
§ 3.2-9 Pardons

§ 3.3 CRIME-RELATED REMOVAL GROUNDS

§ 3.3-1 Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude
§ 3.3-2 Aggravated Felonies
§ 3.3-3 Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
§ 3.3-4 Controlled Substances
§ 3.3-5 Firearms
§ 3.3-6 Crimes of Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Crimes against Children
§ 3.3-7 Violations of Protection Orders
§ 3.3-8 Waiver for Victims of Domestic Violence

§ 3.4 CRIME-RELATED INADMISSIBILITY GROUNDS

§ 3.4-1 Health-Related Admissions in Criminal Proceedings
§ 3.4-2 Crimes of Moral Turpitude
§ 3.4-3 Controlled Substance Violations
§ 3.4-4 Multiple Criminal Convictions
§ 3.4-5 Prostitution

§ 3.5 REVOCATION OF NATURALIZATION

§ 3.5-1 Procurement of Naturalization Illegally
§ 3.5-2 Concealment of Material Fact or Willful Misrepresentation
§ 3.5-3 Other-Than-Honorable Discharge before Five Years of Honorable Service after Naturalization

§ 3.6 ADVERSE IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES FOR U.S. CITIZENS

§ 3.7 JUVENILE-DELINQUENCY ADJUDICATIONS