My husband had a DWI in November and has a court date in April and my question is the one above if that's going to affect him or even not be able to fix his legalization because of the DWI
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DWI already affects anyone trying to legalize themselves. Although no reform has passed yet, I have to assume it will continue to be a factor in deciding cases if this reform passes.
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