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Answer: It is crystal clear that the D.O either lied or didn’t have an idea about what he was saying. For you to be able to assess any chance of being allowed back to the U.S, you need to first examine the state statutes under which you were convicted thoroughly . Once you have done this, entrust a close relative who lives in the U.S to assemble all your criminal conviction paperwork. More importantly, let him/her assemble the final disposition document for your cases. This final disposition document can be requested from the office of the clerk at 220 West Broadway. It can also be gotten from the clerk’s office in Vista or Chula Vista if the case was conducted there. Once your relative has gotten those documents, let him/her schedule a consultation with a well experienced and qualified immigration lawyer.