I agree with my colleagues. It appears that the first immigration officer was a bit overzealous. But you must keep in mind that there are many criminal offenses that CAN and DO lead to deportations. That is one of the reasons that naturalization might be a good idea, for those who qualify. I suggest you consult with an immigration attorney about your situation to prepare for a more secure future.
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For one DUI, unlikely. Bear in mind there are MANY criminal convictions which can lead to you being deported,
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If it was alcohol, most likely not. If it was drugs, possibly.
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A single DUI (for alcohol and not drugs) is not likely to get someone deported.
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Not likely for this. But I am glad the officer alerted you that green card holders can be deported in certain circumstances and for a number of crimes.
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