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Will One Crime Prevent My Naturalization? The Petty Offense Exception
Will One Crime Prevent My Naturalization? The Petty Offense Exception

To be eligible for naturalization, an applicant must establish that he or she is of "good moral character" ("GMC"). There are many things that the Immigration and Nationality Act identifies as bars or barriers to demonstrating GMC. Examples include: One or More Crimes ...

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