By the Staff of New York Immigration Attorneys, The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein
Our fourth and final set of five Things You MUST Know about Immigration:
1. You MUST know the difference between pleading guilty versus a dismissed charge -paying a fine in criminal court does not mean that the case was dismissed. A guilty plea for certain crimes can impact your immigration case, can make you deportable.
2. You MUST know that failure to show up at Removal Proceedings may result in your being ordered removed and deported in your absence.
3. You MUST know that patience is needed with immigration. There are many people who are apply for visas each day, and sometimes you will get frustrated. When you take the time to read about the requirements and follow them precisely, you can avoid any unnecessary waiting.
4. You MUST know that you should ever never lie about information pertaining to your case, either to your attorney or an immigration official. You WILL get caught and you WILL suffer the consequences.
5. You MUST know to not go it alone with your case. You need a good immigration attorney representing you to make sure things go smoothly, correctly, legally right.
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