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Dealing with fraud charges as an immigrant can be really stressful. You’re probably worried about stuff like whether you’ll get deported, or if you’ll be able to stay in the country. I feel you. That kind of situation is tough. This article breaks down what types of fraud charges can lead to deportation, so you know what you might be up against.
If an immigrant is convicted of an “aggravated felony” fraud charge, deportation is basically guaranteed. But what counts as an aggravated felony fraud charge? Here’s a quick rundown:
So in summary, if an immigrant is convicted of a fraud charge that involves over $10,000 in losses, doesn’t show up for court dates, or is charged with any kind of federal fraud, they’ll almost definitely get deported. Here’s a Reddit thread with people discussing their experiences with deportation after fraud convictions.
Okay, so aggravated felony fraud charges are bad news for immigrants hoping to avoid deportation. But what about normal fraud charges at the state level? Could those still cause an immigrant to be deported?
The short answer is maybe. According to sources on Quora, it depends a lot on the specifics of each case. Some main things the court will look at are:
|Fraud Charge Details
|Over $10K losses
|Federal fraud charges
|Higher than average
So in summary – aggravated felony fraud charges basically guarantee deportation, but other “normal” fraud charges come down to the specifics. Things like high losses, citizenship fraud, and being undocumented make deportation way more likely. This lawyer’s blog has some good examples of fraud cases that led to deportation orders.
If your facing fraud charges as an immigrant, it’s really important to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Like don’t wait! The earlier you get legal help, the better your chances of avoiding deportation. Sites like LawInfo and FindLaw have directories to help find lawyers in your state that specialize in stuff like this.
The lawyer can look at the details of your specific charges, immigration status, criminal history, and other personal factors to figure out your odds of getting deported. They can also start building a defense strategy to try keeping you here if possible. If deportation can’t be avoided, they may at least be able to get you a “voluntary departure” instead of a formal deportation order. This can help make it easier to apply for legal status again in the future if that’s an option you want to keep open.
Anyway, I know dealing with fraud charges and worrying about immigration consequences is super stressful. But try to take a deep breath and focus on getting a good lawyer on your side. They can help walk you through this whole process and handle communicating with immigration officials. You got this!
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