How can a Canadian Citizen With A Criminal Record Apply For The US Citizenship?

There are certain convictions that for everlastingly place restrictions on an applicant while applying citizenship. Moreover there are some criminal reasons that make the procedure more complicated for acquiring citizenship as for such people it becomes very difficult for ensuring their excellent moral character. In addition to this a person is banned from accepting depends upon the nature of the crime, its brutality and conditions that motivates a person for conducting a crime. In addition to this there are numerous reasons due to which a person is prohibited for entering Unites States.

Usually in case of a murder if an applicant has been found guilty so in that case an applicant is strictly banned from naturalization. Moreover in case of provoked criminal act if an applicant is found to be a true culprit then also he or she is strictly prohibited from naturalization. Furthermore an applicant cannot be considering as a person of excellent moral character if within the preceding five years they have committed such as:

  • If he or she has been found guilty against one or many more crimes relating to moral turpitude
  • If he or she has been found culprit against two or many criminal reasons and for that the overall judgment imposed came out to be was 5 years or more than that
  • If an applicant has devoted and has been found guilty in any illegal material law excluding in the favor of particular crime of straightforward custody of 30 grams or a smaller amount of marijuana
  • If an applicant has been restricted towards a penal institution throughout the legal period then its consequences of certainty is for the period of 180 days or even more
  • If an applicant has been found culprit in two or additional gambling offenses
  • If an applicant has make his principle profits through unlawful or illegal gambling
  • If involvement of an applicant found in prostitution otherwise commercialized vice
  • If an applicant found to be involved within smuggling unlawful aliens in United States
  • If an applicant found to be a customary drunkard
  • If an applicant has accomplished polygamy
  • If an applicant has failed or else refused toward supporting dependents
  • If an applicant has provided forged evidence under pledge to obtain an advantage underneath the Immigration and nationality Act.

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