I was 20 years old when I got drunk and got behind the wheel to try to get home and I crashed. I needed to renew my DACA but I’m not sure where I should go or if I even would qualify
It is very important to consult with an experienced immigration attorney in private for better understanding of the consequences of criminal convictions on your DACA eligibility. DUI is considered a serious crime and can become a base for denial. Best to work with a criminal defense lawyer to see if you can have the DUI dismissed.
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A DUI conviction will jeopardize your DACA. You need to engage an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you. Good luck to you.
A DUI can adversely affect you DACA status and renewal. You need to speak with an criminal defense attorney and immigration attorney to assist you.
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