Kansas City, MO asked in Immigration Law for Missouri

Q: I got an email from the US mexican embassy saying that I need to schedule an interview regarding my visa.

I got an email from the US mexican embassy saying that I need to schedule an interview regarding my visa.

I got arrested a month ago and today I got an email from the embassy saying that I need to call them to set up an interview about my status and that my visa might get cancelled. It said before I travel to US but I am already in US working with a TN visa, I was told it wasn't a morale case so it wouldn't get cancelled. Will it get cancelled? Do I need to go back to Mexico to fix it?

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Lindsay G Gray
Lindsay G Gray
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Austin, TX
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: This is a difficult question to answer without knowing the facts of your case and what the letter from the consulate says. I would recommend contacting an immigration attorney, because crimes involving moral turpitude are not the only reason visas can get cancelled. For example, since November of 2015 the Department of State has been cancelling visas of people with DWI arrests. It's awful.

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