the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction depend on various factors for example
state law and the punishable term of imprisonment. If you are convicted of an aggravated felony which is counterfeiting and receive a punishment of at least 1 year of prison then you are likely deportable. I would need more information from you. In either case your criminal attorney should be strongly advising you to retain immigration counsel so they can research the implications this could have on your immigration status.