When you entered a guilty plea, the judge informed/advised you on the record of your consequences. Ask a local attorney or call the public defender for more information. Good luck.
It sounds like you would benefit from an in person consultation with an attorney.
We would have to have more details to give you an intelligent answer.
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If it is a simple DUI conviction, chances are you will not face deportation. You may be not be eligible to naturalize until the probation period has ended. I would recommend you take all of your paperwork and consult with a local attorney so that your issue can be properly assessed.
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