In an unpublished decision, the Eleventh Circuit has determined that a Florida conviction for criminal use of personal identification information is categorically a crime involving moral turpitude.  "Because the least culpable conduct under § 817.568(2)(a) involves the specific intent to possess personal information with intent to defraud, the BIA reasonably concluded that Petitioner’s offense involves moral turpitude."

The full text of Vlichez-Bello v. Attorney General can be found here: