I agree with the other attorneys. This is very serious and very specific. It doesn't matter if a felony is reduced, even misdemeanors can cause severe immigration consequences. You are going to need to take the criminal documents to an immigration attorney, retain them, and have them have a serious discussion with your criminal attorney. If you decide not to do this and to just accept a plea you are putting your legal status in jeopardy.
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More info is needed.
Do NOT take the plea bargain deal w/o consulting an immigration attorney in private.
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