You will be able to petition for him, but Petitioning for him won't get rid of the DUI and won't necessarily be all that is necessary from an Immigration Prospective. Since you are local, I would suggest contacting the Inland Empire Immigration Services to discuss the how the DUI affects his immigration status/case. If he is on ISAP, he probably has a court date set with Immigration Court.
If he hasnt resolved the DUI yet, he should probably consider getting an attorney to deal with that as well. Feel free to contact me to discuss the DUI. Otherwise, the contact information for Inland Empire Immgration Services is as follows:
560 North Arrowhead Avenue, Suite 8-A
San Bernardino, CA 92401
Ask for Mark. He is a friend of mine and will take care of you and get you set-up with a Consultation.
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A single DUI should not make it a deportable offense however he will need an immigration attorney.
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