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Student in Webcam Trial May Face Deportation

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Whether this is the right verdict or not is something that others are debating in forums covering other topics, but there is an immigration issue here. 20 year old Davun Ravi was born in India and raised in the US after coming with his parents when he was four. He could face deportation for his conviction of a hate crime since he never naturalized. He had the opportunity to strike a deal with prosecutors that would have probably resulted in a shorter jail term and no deportation, but he rejected this. I don't know if he and his parents have been permanent residents long enough to qualify for citizenship, but if so, I'm sure they are deeply regretting not going through that process. I've mentioned protecting yourself from deportation based on a criminal conviction as one of the reasons to consider naturalizing. Most people laugh that off assuming they would never face that possibility. But I'm sure Davun would never dream that prison was in his future when he made the very foolish and tragic decisions that have put him where he now stands.

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  1. Sen's Avatar
    In schools and colleges it is very common that many kids are not giving respect to other kids,teasing and bullying. The parents should always interfere when they exceed the limits. In this case though he did a mistake and accepted that it was mistake to take video in Webcam. So the parents and him should have accepted Plea deal that might have resulted in deportation but no jail term. They might have gone to India or some other country and could have lived a peaceful life. Now it is going to be really hell of 5 to 10 years and then deportation.
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