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BoomSp 07-18-2019 01:45 PM

Re: *****RFE Thread <- (Request for Evidence)****
 
This is my third time renewing DACA, I had an arrest for petit larceny in NY, a class A misdemeanor, the charge was reduced to disorderly conduct and I was not convicted of a crime. I didn't originally submit anything thinking that since I didn't get convicted nothing would come up. I received an RFE for my arrest coming up on the background check. I sent in a court disposition from the courthouse showing the disorderly conduct. What are the chances that I will get denied DACA and how long should I expect to wait? The application is at the Nebraska center. Thank you.

Swim19 07-21-2019 03:28 PM

Re: *****RFE Thread <- (Request for Evidence)****
 
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Originally Posted by BoomSp (Post 739154)
This is my third time renewing DACA, I had an arrest for petit larceny in NY, a class A misdemeanor, the charge was reduced to disorderly conduct and I was not convicted of a crime. I didn't originally submit anything thinking that since I didn't get convicted nothing would come up. I received an RFE for my arrest coming up on the background check. I sent in a court disposition from the courthouse showing the disorderly conduct. What are the chances that I will get denied DACA and how long should I expect to wait? The application is at the Nebraska center. Thank you.

You should be fine because DACA is only denied for a significant misdemeanors or multiple non-significant misdemeanors. Though this is the Trump administration, so there's always more risk even when an arrest does not lead to a conviction. Hopefully you learned from this, and won't make another mistake that could jeopardize your DACA.

BoomSp 07-21-2019 08:36 PM

Re: *****RFE Thread <- (Request for Evidence)****
 
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Originally Posted by Swim19 (Post 739191)
You should be fine because DACA is only denied for a significant misdemeanors or multiple non-significant misdemeanors. Though this is the Trump administration, so there's always more risk even when an arrest does not lead to a conviction. Hopefully you learned from this, and won't make another mistake that could jeopardize your DACA.

oh, I learned believe me, I was just in a really bad spot mentally wasn't thinking.. I posted the same question on avvo and an attorney said that since i didn't disclose the arrest there is
a high probability of getting denied.. not sure if hes just being pessimistic or if that is actually the case..


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