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conditional GC arrest Travel Question Deportation, Re-entry

Discussion in 'Immigration Issues' started by cinti9999, Oct 8, 2015.

  1. cinti9999

    cinti9999 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Michigan
    I am a CPR,
    mine is bonafide marriage and we dated for a 1.5 year.
    i have a conditional gc and after 4 months i got arrested for Domestic Violence.
    we had been having arguments and my wife she got really angry and called cops on me and got me booted out our home.
    the DV case was dismissed and i was told to take dis orderly conduct /misdemeanor charges.
    i was given short probation and i completed it no problems. i never laid a hand on her and i never had any problems with the law but it happened to me.
    if i am the bad guy she would have not back to me. but this being a second marriage for both of us we are not young .
    i forgave her and since then we reconciled and started living together again.
    following are my questions.
    is it a good idea to travel overseas.
    will it be a problem at the port of entry will i get re entry after secondary screening ??
    please advice urgent
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    There's no way you'd want to risk your freedom by seeking FREE advice.

    You probably won't be denied reentry, because you weren't convicted of DV.
    But, I have heard different from peopel in your position, they were denied REENTRY.

    I suggest you consult an attorney or two in your county.

    The simple solution is just don't leave the country.
     

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