Justin Bieber Won't Be Deported Over His Egging Case
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.16.2014
Even if he's convicted for a felony...
TMZ reports that while Justin Bieber could go to prison for years for vandalism as a result of egging a neighor's house, he will not be deported to Canada. There have been reports that Bieber could be deported with a felony conviction but this is not true.
In order to be deported for a crime in the US, the offender must commit an "aggravated offense". These include possession of explosive materials or firearms, possession of child porn, illicit drug trafficking, alien smuggling, threats against the President and sabotage or treason.
Deportation also happens with crimes that involve "moral turpitude", or crimes that "shock the public conscience", a category that doesn't include egging.