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Florida Criminal Offenses & Immigration Law Form

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Your Name:  

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Analysis of the Immigration Consequences
of Specific Offenses

Age of Defendant:  

Please Select One:

Juvenile Court   Adult Court  

Current immigration hold/detainer?

Yes   No  

Country of birth/citizenship:  

Current charges with statutory cites:

Possible pleas (including alternate charges and sentences):

Priors (include sentences and out-of-state offenses):

Immigration status:

Lawful permanent resident (LPR)
Applying for LPR status
Work authorization
Parole
Applying for asylum
Granted asylum
Student visa
Tourist visa
Undocumented

If lawful permanent resident, date obtained LPR status:

Date last entered United States:

Immigration status of Mother:

If U.S. citizen, date naturalized:  

Immigration status of Father:

If U.S. citizen, date naturalized:  

Date by which immigration analysis is needed (MM/DD/YY):  

Additional Information:

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AMICUS BRIEFS: PADILLA V. KENTUCKY

PDF iconHernandez v. State AILA Amicus Brief to Florida Supreme Court

PDF iconHernandez v. State AILA S. Florida Amicus

PDF iconDiaz v. State of Florida AILA S. Florida Amicus

PDF iconAILA Amicus Flores v. State of Florida

PDF iconHere are the amicus briefs in cases dealing with the implementation of the Supreme Court's decision in Padilla.