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What are examples of fraudulent medical practices?

You may think that healthcare fraud does not have anything to do with your private practice. However, some of your practices may get you into trouble if people think they see signs of fraud. There are several ways that your medical practices may be fraudulent....

When can a criminal conviction result in deportation?

Even if you are in the United States with a green card as a permanent resident, it is possible for the government to deport you in certain circumstances. Particularly if the government believes that you have violated immigration laws, it can decide to try and remove...

Answers to common appeal questions

Once an individual receives a sentence for a criminal conviction, he or she may qualify for an appeal. An appeal means that he or she asks a higher court to look for legal errors in the lower court's conviction.  If the higher court finds errors that would have...

When can a criminal conviction result in deportation?

Having a criminal conviction could affect your immigration status, but not every crime will result in deportation. It depends on the type of crime.  FindLaw explains that deportation for a criminal conviction typically occurs only for crimes involving moral turpitude...