Immigration Consequences of a Criminal Conviction in North Carolina, 2017

Monday, November 6, 2017
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Using a step-by-step approach to the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction, the 2017 edition of Immigration Consequences of a Criminal Conviction in North Carolina explains, among other things, the different types of immigration status of noncitizens, the grounds for removal (deportation) and other immigration consequences, and potential options for minimizing those consequences. In addition, the manual includes an extensive chart assessing the likelihood of removal based on conviction of commonly charged North Carolina offenses. This is the second edition of the manual.










Publication date: 
Monday, November 6, 2017
Sejal Zota
John Rubin
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