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    Will A Domestic Violence Conviction Affect My Immigration?


    by legalfaces

    LegalFaces Directory

    Altman & Altman, LLP
    Call us at (800) 481-6199

    Video Transcript:
    A domestic violence conviction can absolutely affect your immigration status. It can end your immigration status frankly. Any conviction can be used by the immigration authorities to deport you, or to deny you citizenship. Certain types of cases, they take more seriously than others. Domestic violence is one of those that they take extremely seriously. So if you have a domestic violence conviction, you're in danger of being excluded from the United States. I'm Sam Goldberg, lead counsel for criminal defense matters at Altman & Altman, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I have 25 years of experience. If you're in trouble and you need someone in your corner, who cares and will fight for you, give me a call.