Mr. Moreno 'hit the nail on the head' ... there are facts missing from your question.
People aren't deported for a DUI ... they are normally deported for not being here legally ... or for more serious crimes ... like failure to appear.
Your prior violation of your B-1/B-2 will be an ongoing problem. The J is for training and has the same non-immigrant intent requirements as apply to the B. Although your chances look slim, you can go ahead and try to find a J sponsor: http://j1visa.state.gov/participants/how-to-apply/sponsor-search/
I'm assuming that the visa/I-94 you used to enter the US has expired. Thus a Change-of-Status from one visa classification to another is not possible.
Depending on when you entered ... if it hasn't been more than 180 days since your I-94 expired, you can leave the US and file for an EB-5 and re-enter the US.
Meet with a lawyer ... you're talking about 1/2 to 1 MILLION dollars ... you really want to make sure you do things correctly.
My colleague is correct. You need to do more research/homework (reading the law/form instructions) rather than asking questions on a blog.
Or, you can meet with an attorney, several of us have learn-how-to-do-it-yourself consultation services.
QUICK ANSWERS ... the affidavit of support isn't needed as part of the I-130 package. I will also say that phone 'chats' do not generate documents and carry ZERO weight with CIS ... do you send birthday/holiday cards? Bank transfers of funds? do...