Firstly, a charge is not the same as a conviction. If her trial date is coming up, she has probably yet to be convicted. Secondly, if convicted, It is unlikely she will be deported (removed) if this is her first DUI conviction. Her permanent residence status will probably be unaffected.
I agree with the posted answers. You will not have to depart the US on June 12, 2013 assuming you have a correctly filed and pending green card application prior to that. I highly reocommend you do not file the green card application by yourself.
What should i do? If you absolutely feel you can no longer be married to your spouse, then consider marriage counseling or separation. Divorce should be the final option.
Is it all over and will i be deported immediately? if you get divorced, it will not outright trigger a removal (deportation). You may qualify for an I-751 waiver filing 1 year and 9 months after you became a conditional resident. Calendar this date. Begin collecting evidence of a good faith marriage and consult an...
For Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) you need the receipt number on your I-821D receipt notice. Look for ""I-821D" written at the top of your receipt notice. If you do not have it, then try to view the back of your cashed check. It will list the receipt number. Good luck to you.
Yes, it probably means that once they receive your RFE response, the clock will re-start on whatever the current processing time is. Keep in mind though it is also possible they might not take the full period to render a decision. Check your mail daily for an interview notice, if they decide to interview you.
You should choose (a) because you are filing to adjust your status based on your US Citizen husband. Your husband should also file a petition for alien relative on your behalf unless he has already done so. This can be filed concurrently with your adjustment of status application. I highly recommend you have your final adjust of status application package reviewed by an immigration attorney before filing.
Sorry to hear you are stressed. As simple as a master hearing can be, yes you should be represented by an attorney during the master hearing. Important things occur such as country designation (or none), how you plead, your defense is communicated to the judge, etc. Not sure how nice the judges are in Long Grove, but if you show up alone, you could explain to the judge you're looking for an attorney. Yes bring your DACA receipt notice. He or she may give you another master hearing date....