After run-in with law, Cambodian immigrant’s permanent residency is at risk
Published on Thu, Oct 04, 2012
The IPC's Ben Winograd was quoted in a Washington Post article about the deportation of Legal Permanent Residents:
The difference between Khoy and others whose youthful indiscretions led to criminal charges is that she was not born in America. The consequences can be catastrophic.
“There is a misconception among some immigrants that once they have a green card they can no longer be deported, and that’s simply not true,” said Ben Winograd, staff attorney at the American Immigration Council, an immigrant advocacy organization in the District. “All it takes is one criminal conviction. Regardless of whether it results in jail time, it can be the basis for deportation.”
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