The Good Character requirement does not have a clear definition. However, there are some instances in which a refusal is likely. These are:
- Prior criminal convictions, unless 3 years have passed;
- Deception or dishonesty, including deception in a current or previous immigration application which will result in the applicant being barred from another application for 10 years;
- Failure to comply with immigration laws, including illegal entry, overstaying, and illegal working.
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