deportation DURING interview? No. Other than that, the possibilities depend on what happened and when. Violations of protection orders can carry serious immigration consequences. You should take all of your paperwork to an immigration attorney in your area and have a detailed discussion. Good Luck.
Massachusetts Immigration Attorney
You should have consulted an attorney before sending away the N-400. Nobody can exactly predict what will happen in an interview, but an attorney can evaluate your case history to see what might happen.
Violation of a protection order can be a deportable offense, and it also could be a bar to naturalization.
Go and get a consultation.
Wolf W. Kaufmann
Southern California Immigration Attorney
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I agree with the other attorneys. You should retain a lawyer to make sure there is not going to be issues as a result of the conviction.
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