Let $A$ be a (complex) (finitely generated) algebra with some type of $q$-deformation $A_q$, where $A_1 = A$. Moreover, let $V_q$ be a vector subspace of $A_q$, such that $V_1$ is a finite-dimensional subspace of $A$. What conditions do we need to assume on the $q$-deformation for this to imply that $V_q$ is also finite-dimensional? In other words, for which type of deformations will an infinite dimensional subspace always be infinite dimensional in the $q \to 1$ limit? Or do such a set of conditions exist?
The specific example I'm interested in here is quantum-$SU_N$, the so-called coordinate algebra quantum group (as opposed to the quantized enveloping algebra.) As far as I understand this is a Poisson algebra type deformation, with the associated properties.