Court and prison records may be required for U.S. immigration, especially at the time of getting an immigrant visa or K Visa.
Persons who have been convicted of a crime must submit a certified copy of each and any court and prison record, regardless of whether he or she may have subsequently benefited from an amnesty, pardon, or other act of clemency.
Court records should include:
- Complete information regarding the circumstances surrounding the crime of which the applicant was convicted, and
- The disposition of the case, including the sentence or other penalty or fine imposed.
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