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TJ Maxx / charge shoplift illegal practices

1 VA, United States Review updated:

I am a 26 yearsold who in an extreme need for your advice. I got married in last summer for green card applicatant. My arrange husband is American citizen. I am in US as an international student. I just apply for H1-B Visa for the Microsoft. Unfortunately 4 months ago I made of the worse mistake in life. I did the shoplifting ($300)and I was caught. The store of the security hold me until police came. The officer asked my questions and he say that because no previous record he wouldn't charge me. He didn't give me ticket. I wasn't fingerprint. Only the store gave me a paper.

It was mentioned in paper that I shouldn't have go to any of their TJ MAxx for two years. Now I want to know if immigration can find about this incident one day. Can it be conceal? If they can deport me for that and if I should say something about incident at the time of interview.

I have my police check and it is mention that I don't have record. I ma depressed and I don't have the normal living after that.E very night I have nightmares about incident. Why this destroy my life for I buy house in US and become new middle class part.

Please please help me.Any body knows something please help me

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  • Ga
      12th of Apr, 2009
    +2 Votes

    My advice... Don't STEAL!!! You got caught breaking the law, you knew when you were applying for citizenship you had to obey the laws. At what point did it not cross your mind when you were free-wheeling through TJ Maxx stealing that it was wrong??!!! Everytime a shoplifter is caught they want to start complaining about the consequences. Perhaps if people in-general obeyed laws and did not try to get something for nothing their lives would be a little easier.

  • Am
      7th of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    First this is not a complaint about the company. If you were caught committing a crime, you will have to suffer the consequences. These are questions to ask a lawyer.

  • Ga
      1st of Jul, 2009
    +1 Votes

    It is obvious that you are criminal to begin with. First, you are getting married just to legalize yourself in this country. Second, you steal. It is people like you that give immigrants a bad reputation. You mothafkrs ruin it for everyone else. You do not belong in the USA, you piece of sht. I'm an immigrant myself, but I did it the right way and wait it my time. If I knew who you were, I would personally report you sorry, stealing, fraudalent ### to the INS, of the Dept. of Homeland Security. Go steal in your own country.

  • Tj
      18th of Feb, 2010
    +1 Votes

    I hope they deport you. I hate Unprofessional thieves.

  • Go
      23rd of May, 2014
    0 Votes

    You're the exact trash we don't want or need in this country. Go back to where you came from, rat.

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