"Oh That Case Got Dismissed"



We hear “oh that case got dismissed” a lot from immigrants who think that if their traffic or criminal case was dismissed, they shouldn’t have to disclose it to USCIS. This is wrong.

Even if your case has been dismissed, you still need to have the records and submit it to USCIS. If you don’t disclose it to USCIS, you can be denied.

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7 thoughts on “"Oh That Case Got Dismissed"”

  1. Lildharry Goberdhan says:

    Hi

  2. Dave says:

    Can you advise how a client can do something like a background check to see all cases that were “dismissed” including criminal and traffic tickets so that one can be accurate?

  3. Onajagirl says:

    Keep up the good work

  4. ehsan khan says:

    What about if just arrest happens and the DA don’t file the case in court. Will it still do something for renewal of i751 green card and n400

  5. Marco Castillo says:

    Thank you!

  6. Yao Agnave says:

    If you have the dispositif of dismissed do you need to bring with for the interview?

  7. Sergio Lopez says:

    What if you don’t have no charges and you never broke the law

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