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By itself, a conviction for a single DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated) does not usually cause immigration problems for green card holders.The revocation again would not be enough to deport you.You just need to make sure you complete your probation terms and stay out of trouble and you should be fine.If you are able to do that you should be able to get your license back and not have any immigration issues here.
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Then you should be fine here.Having one or more DUIs is not, by itself, on the list of deportability grounds found in the immigration laws. It really depends on the facts of each case, and whether one DUI will make you deportable.Unless you have further legal trouble here or arrests this would not be enough to deport you in my experience.I think you will be fine here as long as you stay out of further trouble.
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