You should consult with an immigration attorney, sure. Sorry to hear about your trouble.
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Putting that aside, there is no question that domestic violence is near the top of ICE and Customs and Border Patrol's priority list. Probably drugs are the only thing higher. Presumably, if he convicted of domestic violence, he will face cancellation of his green card. At this point, he needs defense counsel to resolve the domestic violence in some fashion: diversion and counseling, a plea to disorderly conduct, something that will not have significant immigration consequences.Ask a similar question
Was he allowed to re-enter or was he taken into custody? If he was taken into Immigration custody you should hire him am immigration lawyer.
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Most likely he will be told to return via what is called deferred inspection and told to bring any criminal records including his final disposition. Be advised he needs excellent criminal defense counsel. If he has a conviction for domestic violence then he will likely be removable from the U.S. since (depending on the exact statute he is convicted under) it is a deportable offense. Seek excellent counsel who understands both the criminal and immigration consequences. Good luck
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Yes, you should definitely consult with an experienced immigration attorney who handles criminal immigration cases. It sounds like Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers may have sent your husband to deferred inspection to find out the outcome of his pending criminal case. That is likely why they took his green card. If he is ultimately convicted of a crime, they may determine that he is either removable from, or inadmissible to, the United States and place him in removal proceedings. They may also take him into custody and send him to an Immigration detention center. An attorney can help you sort through these issues and talk to CBP and the criminal attorney to work out the complicated issues in this case.Ask a similar question
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