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Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, is considered one of the most underreported crimes, which became more widely recognized during the 1980s and 1990s.
A noncitizen is deportable under the “domestic violence deportation ground” if he or she is convicted of the following: A) a crime of domestic violence; B) a crime of child abuse, neglect or abandonment, or C) stalking; or D) if found in civil or criminal court to have violated certain sections of a domestic violence protective order. 8 USC § 1227(a)(2)(E).
WHAT IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNDER NEW YORK LAWS?
New York family courts and criminal courts have concurrent jurisdiction over “family offenses”, such as assault, sexual misconduct or abuse, stalking, menacing, and strangulation. As a result, victims of domestic violence may bring civil charges in family court, criminal charges in criminal court, or simultaneous actions in both courts. Domestic violence can take many forms, which include but are not limited to: Assault or attempted assault; Choking or Strangulation; Menacing; Stalking; Reckless endangerment; Harassment or aggravated harassment;
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