Drinking while driving is becoming quite a serious think in the US now days. Not quite as serious as it is in Canada, but serious none-the-less.
1. Talk to an attorney ... yes, we always say that ... for good reason
2. Have the attorney send in updated paperwork.
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I agree. Not something to take lightly!
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Administrative processing is not going to go away whether you submit a new I-20 or not. I would need to look at the record to try and come up with a clan of what, if anything, could or should be done.
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This is a very specific question, an attorney would need to really look at your paperwork and arrest record to be able to advise you on the best course of action.
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