Any kind of criminal history is taken very seriously when immigration is looking to give you a green card or citizenship, so does this mean if you have ever been arrested and convicted of a misdemeanor you can’t get your papers?
The good news is no! It will depend on things like what your misdemeanor is for and how well you present the information about your situation to USCIS. You should definitely work with an immigration attorney who can help make sure you have the documentation needed for your case.
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