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Civil matters do not have an impact on immigration issues; however, when signing anything, one should take care and review the document to ensure that they are not signing an admission of guilt. An admission of guilt can be used in a criminal proceeding should the prosecutor press charges; so it is very important to review the document to ensure that there is no clause re: actual guilt.
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Yes, a prosecution can affect immigration status.- these are the crimes that can result in deportation: