While both seem "harmless" as misdemeanors, make sure to get them reduced to a violation only. Make sure to obtain a certified disposition to be included with your application. I advice including a copy to send in with the application, and bringing an original to your interview. Since this is your first time offense, and depending on the final outcome, you should be able to demonstrate the required good moral character.
You must contact criminal attorney, as well as immigration attorney to help you in these proceedings. If there is an ICE hold on him, that means that he will be placed in removal proceedings very soon.
As long as she is bilingual she can translate your birth certificate. Then she needs to include the following language (See below), and then have it notarized.
CERTIFICATION OF ACCURACY
I, FULL NAME, certify that I am a bilingual translator, thoroughly familiar with the English and Japanese languages and that I have translated the attached documents to the best of my knowledge from Japanese to English and the English text is an accurate and true translation of the documents presented to...
If no one contacted you since 2009, and you did not have to go to court on this matter, and were never fingerprinted, then it will not affect your obtaining lawful permanent resident (LPR) status, provided you have no prior criminal history, or other ground of inadmissibility. Please consult with an experienced immigration attorney on whether you are eligible to obtain lawful permanent resident status in the U.S.
Well, the fact that there is an age difference and the fact that you dated for a short time before the marriage, and also the fact that you are now in Removal Proceedings. of course, put you at the disadvantage in proving the good faith of your marriage, however, remember that it is all about objective evidence you will be presenting at the interview. The officer will inspect the documents, your knowledge of each other and your respective families, and your behavior towards each other, and only...