Veteran allowed to return to the United States, but the facts and law are murky.
San Diegans have been treated to a feel-good immigration story for the holidays as related here and here. According to the press reports, Marco Chavez, a 45 year old honorably discharged former U.S. Marine, who was convicted of a crime in 1998 and deported for it in 2002, returned to the United States with permission on December 21, 2017. As the news stories tell it, Mr. Chavez’s conviction was for animal animal cruelty involving a dog. The crime was construed… Read more » The post Veteran allowed to return to the United States, but the facts and law are murky. appeared first on Montag Law.
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