Yes, the issue is whether the actions are a crime of moral turpitude, please work with a local imm and criminal defense attny to protect the process, take care.
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I will change the TAG. This is an immigration question.
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The consequences of a conviction for domestic violence can be severe. If there is an underlying conviction here that resulted in the restraining order, consult with an experienced immigration attorney to examine possible immigration consequences and possibilities, if any, to avoid these adverse consequences. Best of luck!
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