Under Part C. question #2 it states:
"Three or more convictions for crimes relating to a controlled substance or alcohol not arising from a single act."
-I have 2 convictions for underage drinking...
-I was arrested/charged with DWI but when I went to court the DWI was dismissed and I plead guilty to reckless driving,
does this qualify as a "alcohol related" conviction?
When I search my criminal record online it clearly states the original charge..
-Another incident that appears on my record states I was ticketed for no drivers license and small amount of marijuana,
but when I went to court the small amount of marijuana was dismissed and I plead guilty to driving without a license.
Will this be viewed as a conviction "relating" to a controlled substance?
I'm confused. Are you the US Citizen petitioner? If so, it doesn't matter.
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Ot doesn't sound like you have three convictions. However I can not tell you for sue without looking at your entire record.
Juvenile may also not count.
In any event you need to answer the questions honesly and provide complete certified records of each case from the police report tot eh final disposition. In many cases a misdemeanor case will no longer be available. If that applies to any of your cases you will need to atleast get a certified fianl disposition and docket sheet from the clerk's office for the case.
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