Reply To: California IML challenge dismissed as premature

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Would gladly move away from this sorry excuse for a ‘free country’. They let the real Monsters down on Wall Street get a slap on the wrist, while they label all of us as the most dangerous people. I’m pretty sure someone who committed a violent assault on another human being is more dangerous and unpredictable than most people on the Sex Offender Registry, but that’s just common sense speaking. Back to the point, how do you get a green card with a foreign country if you have a non-contact sex offense felony on your record?

Has anyone here tried to obtain citizenship or a green card in another country after they’ve been committed and finished probation? Would absolutely love to know.