It appears that that minor underage drinking ticket should not mar your prospective changes of extending the DACA, however, I suggest working with a local counsel to complete the case with the least negative impact by getting a possible deferment.
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The best thing you can do is contact an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area to help you with the underage drinking ticket. Good luck.
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