A DUI COULD (not usually) lead to a basis to deny an application on health grounds. Alcoholism is a medical condition that could be a ground of inadmissibility requiring a waiver.
I agree with my colleagues. It is advisable you contact an experienced immigration attorney who can exaine your criminal and immigration history before your scheduled 601 waiver appointment set for December.
Even without this DUI. I would still suggest you have an attorney examine your immigration file before such an interview. Good luck.
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Yes, we have been previously informed by consulate officials that people with convictions generally will not be approved under the pilot program. However, we have a new officer in charge in Juarez and now that Mr. Warren Jensen is no longer there, we are seeing changes. Good luck.
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