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  • ¿PUEDO SER DEPORTADO POR UNA CONDENA CRIMINAL?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Los “residentes permanentes” y aquellos que “tienen visas y tarjetas verdes” disfrutan la mayoría de los derechos y privilegios de otros ciudadanos de Estados Unidos. Ambos pueden trabajar y vivir en los Estados Unidos. Sin embargo, si cometen ciertos delitos en California, se les puede despojar de su estatus como residentes permanentes o se les pueden quitar sus ...
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  • If I Have a Criminal Conviction in California, Can I be Deported?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    “Permanent residents” and “visa and green card holders” enjoy most rights and privileges of other U.S. citizens. They can both work and live in the United States. However, if they commit certain crimes in California, they can be stripped of their status as a permanent resident or have their visas and green cards taken away, leading to deportation and permanent removal from ...
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  • Is Leaving The Scene of An Accident A Crime in California?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Yes. This is commonly known as a Hit and Run. Leaving the scene of an accident without exchanging personal identifying information and assisting an injured person is a crime in California. A driver must stop whenever there is an accident or vehicle collision regardless of who was at fault, the extent of damages or the seriousness of the injury. Failure to follow these procedures can result in ...
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