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A Drug Crime Can Lead to Deportation
A Drug Crime Can Lead to Deportation

Texas is home to a large immigrant community, and for those that are not citizens of the United States, a drug-related crime conviction can be the difference between staying in the country or being forced to leave. It does not matter whether the accused has a green card or ...

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