Does the Crime I committed make me ineligible for asylum?
- If you committed the crime as a juvenile (meaning you were under 18), then generally you will be okay for purposes of U.S. Immigration Law. However, if you were tried as an adult then the crime will still be problematic.
- You received a full unconditional pardon from the President of the U.S. or by the Governor of a state. In this rare case, the conviction will not count for purposes of immigration law, FOR SOME CRIMES. It will be important to consult with an attorney or do more research if this is your situation.
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