Criminal Defense of Immigrants
§ 19.99 C. Relationship to Other Grounds of Removal
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Most convictions that fall within an aggravated felony conviction will also fall within one or more other grounds of removal, for example, as a crime of moral turpitude, a controlled substances offense, a firearms offense, or a crime of domestic violence.
Counsel should identify the other grounds of removal that may apply to a given aggravated felony conviction, since those additional grounds may trigger additional adverse consequences. For example, while an aggravated felony conviction may not render a noncitizen inadmissible, the same conviction may trigger inadmissibility as a crime of moral turpitude or controlled substances offense.
 See Chapter 20, infra.
 See Chapter 21, infra.
 See Chapter 23, infra.
 See Chapter 24, infra.