Traveling within the US should not be a problem. However, since this just happened, you may want to revisit your convictions with another criminal attorney who understands the immigration consequences of criminal convictions.
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You posted this question twice. Generally it is okay to travel within the US. Issue is about renewal of your green card.
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You should speak to your attorney about any restrictions on your travel. However, whether you may travel outside of Virginia will depend on the terms of your probation. Do you have a probation officer? If so, you will need to secure their permission before your leave the Commonwealth. If you are on unsupervised probation (no probation officer), then you should be free to roam about the country as you please.
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Speak to your attorney regarding any risks involved with traveling. You may want to speak to a criminal attorney who also practices immigration to understand what the consequences of the convictions will be on your status, if you have one.
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