Order an FBI rap sheet to prove that all these cases were dismissed. If you are a permanent resident, i'd recommend consulting with an attorney before filing the naturalization application to make sure you meet the good moral character requirement. However, you should get approved to be a citizen with the circumstances listed above.
The good news is that immigration allows for divorce and still maintain permanent residency. Consult an attorney about the process because there is a 3 month window (1 year 9 months - 2 years after the date listed on your green card that you have been a resident since) to file Form I-751 to maintain your permanent residency with a divorce.
Yes. Getting married will have no effect on your petition for your mother. However, it can have an effect on the Form i-864 Affidavit of Support depending on your level of income for your most recent tax year. It's a good idea to review this form with a lawyer if you are trying to do this process on your own.
Getting married will not effect your DACA case. The good news is that you may be eligible to adjust status based on marriage too without a hardship waiver if you apply for advanced parole. There was a fairly recent decision from the Board of Immigration Appeals (Matter of Arrabally) http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol25/3748.pdf
that can make this process possible. Serious immigration consequences may occur if you leave the country without the correct paperwork. For this reason, it'...
It is going to be difficult to convince ICE to let him out of jail. Since he already got deported and presumably illegally re-entered the country, he is not eligible for a bond hearing. Basically, your attorney has to try to convince the police of immigration to let him out of jail. With two DWI and a prior order of deportation, this is not likely. Also, be careful how much you spend on attorney fees because it is not likely that he will be released no matter how good your lawyer is.
I have had undocumented clients who have been picked up by ICE at the airport in Detroit waiting for family to arrive on a flight. However, I also have had undocumented clients fly domestically without a problem.
If you have been in the USA for the past 10 years without a trip of more than 90 days, then you may be eligible for a work permit if you file the cancellation of removal application. However, you need a U.S. citizen or permanent resident parent, spouse or child to qualify to file this application in the immigration court. Also, review your case with a lawyer if you have ever had contact with immigration in the past.