Answered on Apr 20th, 2011 at 11:40 AM
Yes a DV conviction can result in the denial of your citizenship, and worse could result in you losing you Green Card. The fact that it was expunged does not remove it from being a conviction for immigration purposes. Whether the DV conviction could cause you to be denied, or lead to your deportation, depends on many factors, including what the actual conviction was for, the sentence you received, when it happened and how long you have had a Green Card. You need to speak to an immigration attorney before filing fore citizenship.