Is there a way you can request copys of past driver licenses application forms that were submitted to the dmv? My friend wants to know what she put on her previous application because she just heard that an immigrant who claim false usc is inadmissible without waiver. She just want to know that she didn't make that mistake?
Will have to contact DMV directly. A charge for false claim to US citizenship must be analyzed thoroughly. Just because ICE makes the chatge, it does not necessarily mean they are correct. Our office has been succesful by beating the charge itself or through the only waiver available, the asylee waiver.
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Consult a lawyer that handles Motor Vehicle matters about whether or not there is a freedom of information act request you can make.
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This is not an immigration question. You would need to contact the DMV.
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