My wife applied for lottery, and they send her that her name selected for further processing, I had straining order on me from my roommate in the place where I used to live
But you should consult with your immigration attorney to make sure.
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It should not affect your wife, but you should consult with an immigration attorney who can discuss the details of your situation.
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The fact that you have had a restraining order issued against you should not affect your wife's eligibility to become a U.S. Permanent Resident. Whether it affects your eligibility will depend on the specific facts and circumstances which led to the restraining order having been issued against you by the court.
Please schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer to discuss this matter in detail. When you go to your consultation, be sure to bring with you a copy of the restraining order, as well as any other documentation that you have related to this restraining order and to what led to it having been issued.
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