I came to this country when I was 3 months did not get permanent resident till I was 12 my parents got citizenship when I was 19 .I got deffered adjucation for auto theft at 17 when my card expired they advised against me renewing it for fear of deportation Im 36 years old and not married but a single parent I also have one DWI that happened when I was 25 and thats it I wanna fix this and tired of living in fear what are my chances of getting deported?
You need to schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney. Bring your immigration papers and your criminal conviction documents.
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