Make sure that you have an experienced criminal attorney assist you with the case at the state court level. Also, make sure that your criminal attorney is aware of your partner's immigration status and past criminal issues. Your criminal attorney should either work with an immigration attorney or be experienced in immigration law. These cases are tough, but if properly addressed at the State Court level, a lot of issues can be avoided with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, especially when...
You should consult with an immigration attorney. Yes, immigration will more than likely see your record. DWI are not eligible for expungement and that does not apply to immigration cases anyway. The problem is that you may have violated the conditions of your visa. Good luck.
This is very tricky. It depends if a case is still exigent currently and if a local law enforcement or prosecutor is willing to sign off on a visa for you. Since there has been time that has ellapsed, it could be problematic. You need to discuss you case with an attorney who can best advise you within a attorney client relationship. AVVO is meant for the dissemination of generalized legal knowledge. Good luck.
The I-864 is a contract between the co-sponsor and the government. The exact details are listed in the affidavit of support. The job of the co-sponsor is to ensure that the immigrant does not become a public charge. You should consult directly with an immigration attorney to answer any of your specific questions. Good luck.
You should really consult with your spouse's schools SEVIS Representative or DSO. They will be better to assist you with specific questions. Generally, your F-2 is dependent on your spouse's F-1 visa. But nevertheless, check with your school to see what appropriate steps should be taken. Good luck.
You can attempt that, however the Ohio BMV will not issue a license until they see an actual EAD, or work authorization card. The Ohio Revised Code requires that you show legal status in the US, and although a pending application states that you may be entitled to legal status it does not confer status. The visitor visa is good until 2019 but your I 94 card is probably long expired, therefore you cannot get a license that way.
Some of the time, the I-130 will be denied due to abandonment. This may have been the case here. You should consult with an immigration attorney to see what options you have to properly withdraw the I-130. Who was the I-130 for? Was it for a deceased relative? Was it marriage based? These are questions that an experienced immigration attorney will ask to determine the best course of action. Good luck.
If you are still in school, you should consult with your schools DSO or SEVIS representative to see what steps should be taken next. Although you have a five year visa, you need to look at your I-94 card to see what dates you are authorized to stay in the US. Again, consult with your schoo's representative for further assistance. Then I would consult with an immigration attorney after that point. Good luck.
Unfortunately, you may have to wait as they may very well be backed up. However, you should consult with an immigration attorney to go over the specific facts of your case and determine the best next steps in receiving this document. Good luck.