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Question: My wife's son was denied naturalization because of 3 misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions. During the wait time for the naturalization decision, his green card expired. Is the denial for charachter going to prevent him from recieving his green card.

Answer:

The following is provided for general information only. To find out how the law applies to a specific situation, contact an attorney directly Immigration law is very strict regarding criminal charges and convictions, though possible exceptions and waivers do exist. A person in this situation should speak with an experienced immigration attorney.

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  • My wife's son was denied naturalization because of 3 misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions. During the wait time for the naturalization decision, his green card expired. Is the denial for charachter going to prevent him from recieving his green card.

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