Deportation on a criminal conviction will depend on the conviction.
Drug offences, theft offences, fraud offences, and violent felony generally make you removable from the United States.
Minor offences under criminal law or a conditional discharge may not necessarily equate to immigration purposes.
If you are dealing with a pending criminal case, it is very important that you speak with an immigration lawyer so you know the immigration consequences. Criminal lawyers have an obligation to inform you on the immigration circumstances.
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