Since this is considered a violation, not a misdemeanor or a felony, this will not affect your status, but make sure you settle the matter and retain final disposition documents for future use if needed, for example, if you will seek lawful permanent residence in the U.S. in the future.
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Sounds like something that would not affect immigration status.
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One violation should not affect your visa because it is an administrative charge, not a criminal charge. However, if you become a repeat offender they could charge you criminally with theft, which would have an immigration impact.