I would suggest you contact directly one of the immigration attorneys on AVVO who practice in California as she/he would have specific knowledge of the implications of these charges. Under Kentucky v. Padilla standard, I don't believe an AVVO general comment would meet the standard set. (this is what was my suggestion to the local defense bar.
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One of the consequences is that when they apply for a future U.S. visa, they will be referred to a panel physician who will examine whether they have an issue which renders them inadmissible. It would be best to consult with an immigration attorney regarding the full immigration consequences of the charge.
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