Summarizes Immigration and Nationality Act alien crime categories, including crimes involving moral turpitude, aggravated felonies, and crimes affecting an assessment of good moral character; and explains major immigration consequences for criminal aliens, including designation as an inadmissible alien, deportation, denial of discretionary relief, and naturalization restrictions.
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