Just send the message back that if he wants the location changed from the police department, he can go back to court and explain to the judge how this location is a problem for him, but until the judge changes the location, you are not. Then ignore it, and tell the 3rd party not to bother you with this anymore.
It is not clear from your information what was and was not dismissed. If you have felony convictions, or misdemeanor convictions, they follow you wherever you go. So, it will depend on the type of job you are tying to get.
It depends on the Country and weather or not you are eligible for asylum. You immediately need an immigration lawyer in your area. Also, I hope you have the papers of the legal transaction. If they are in your home Country, can someone get them for you before they are destroyed? Get the lawyer now, Monday, and don't wait.
Depends on whether or not there is an accident, high alcohol level, or speed, but usually it is at least 10 days in county jail done through the work program on your days off, and up to one (1) year. A good DUI lawyer should keep him out of jail Try calling 510 346 6666 an make an immediate appointment so he can keep his license too.
Yes, a criminal conviction does affect your immigration status. Santa Clara is tough, so yo need to speak to a good criminal defense attorney, perhaps Jim Dunn, and an immigration attorney. Jim may be able to work out a diversion program for you; that would get rid of the charge and save you from a conviction.
The answer your question is dependent on information not provided. Who gave you supervised OR? Generally, you bail and are given a court date, or you are released on OR, but the OR on a felony generally comes from the judge in court with a follow up court date. If the jail released you on OR, there should have been a court date. If no court date, the District Attorney has 3 years to file charges in a felony case, so if they did not file until now, you are are within the 3 years, so you are...
As a general rule, if you were a minor at the time, you cannot apply for a gun until you reach the age of 30. However, you have a lot on your plate with the manslaughter, and you need to get a local attorney to help you with the application step by step. Based off what you have told us, there is a chance, but you will need help getting it.
Immigration has its own set of rules and records. The errors you may have found on an Immigration file could be clerk input. You will need an attorney who handles both immigration and criminal law in the Federal system in your location to review and attempt to challenge any disputes between the two records.