You need to speak with an attorney and perhaps a licensing attorney . Representing yourself for the DUI and no insurance was probably a mistake- but it may possible that DACA will be granted.
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY
You need to consult with immigration counsel. They are in the best position to evaluate your options and to position your case so as to maximize your chances of getting a permit.
Best of luck to you!
You need a criminal defense lawyer and an immigration lawyer.
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You should consult with a trusted immigration attorney. Generally, you can still qualify for DACA relief even with a DUI conviction.
I would be happy to refer you to an immigration attorney in your area.
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