I got deported becouse of a DUI in 2008. Is there any chance to get a new visa?

In 2001 i was arrested for DUI. I had been 5 days in jail and got released in O.R. One month later I left USA, when they called me for Court I was not there. In 2008, getting Back on visit CBP arrested me and then a went to court and later tehey sent me back to Brazil. In court the judge gave me time served.

San Diego, CA -

Attorney Answers (5)

Michael Korry Bialys

Michael Korry Bialys

Criminal Defense Attorney - Newbury Park, CA
Answered

You need to contact a good immigration attorney on this one.

Jose Antonio Moreno

Jose Antonio Moreno

Immigration Attorney - Jacksonville, FL
Answered

Generally, your initial exit was a deportation because you left during proceedings which triggered a 10 year bar if you had been in the U.S. longer than 1 year without status. Your second illegal entry and subsequent DUI and removal likely triggered a non-waivable/permanent 10 year bar. Talk with an immigration attorney for your case specifics, as this is only general guidance.

F. J. Capriotti III

F. J. Capriotti III

Immigration Attorney - Portland, OR
Answered

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.

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Philip Alan Eichorn

Philip Alan Eichorn

DUI / DWI Attorney - Cleveland, OH
Answered

If you have an in absentia order of removal, that needs to be resolved first. Retain counsel to obtain your immigration court file and analyze it accordingly. As well, you need to get a copy of your CBP file for that analysis. Do not enter the U.S. until your history is clarified and either the removal process is reopened and you are issued a parole document or you have an approved I-212 and a visa issued to you.

David Philip Shapiro

David Philip Shapiro

DUI / DWI Attorney - San Diego, CA
Answered

Consult with an experienced immigration attorney as the reasons for your deportation seem to encompass a lot more than the DUI.

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