Before my two DUI I had a clean driving record . I've been in the states since I was 4 and my dad was born here and is a citizen . Can someone please help .
Personal Injury Lawyer
Yes it probably will. Retain an experienced DUI attorney who possibly can obtain a not guilty finding.Make sure the criminal defense lawyer discusses the matter with your immigration lawyer.
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DUI / DWI Attorney
The answer is it depends. Section 237 of the INA contains a long list of offenses that, if convicted, may make an alien deportable. A California DUI conviction could fall into three of the categories of deportable offenses. It is important to speak to an immigration attorney about your specific situation, and a DUI defense attorney to fight the charges.
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