My husband is looking to Neutralize after being a LPR for more than 18 years now.
However, we have had trouble applying for it (firstly our lawyer scammed us) and then we have the issue of his crimes.
He was charged with a DUI in 1990, 1992, and 2002. He was charged with domestic violence in 2005 (serving 6 weeks in jail) even though he pleaded neither guilty or innocent.
Most lawyers that we have talked to say that he will never be able to become a citizen with those charges. But is that really so? I've read different opinions, such that only felonys = a peramanent ban on neutralization, or more than 365 days in jail.
He's 53 years old now, has his own business, a new family with me, and a job.
Does anyone know the chances of him passing neutralization? I just can't believe these little transgressions would cause a permanent ban on neutralization...