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  1. “While he previously had legal status, he was ordered to be removed from the country last year after serving several years in prison for drug and domestic violence-related convictions, according to immigration authorities.”

  2. It’s an odd rule. CIMT (crimes involving moral turpitude) is vaguely defined and includes crimes from murder to shoplifting. If you get convicted of any of these crimes, misdemeanor or felony, you could be deported.

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