My question is what will happen to him he dose not have any papers yet we just got married but he has had daca and his work permit but heavy had a lot speeding tickets and most recently he got one goin 70 on 35 which means reckless driving and have to appear in court so my question is what will happen to him during court? Will he just get fined or community service or his license tooken away? Or worse deported..
He needs 2 lawyers (criminal & immigration) ... reckless driving can result in immigration deeming him a 'danger to the community' ... possibly having his DACA canceled.
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Tell your husband that although having many speeding tickets is not a ground of deportation, his driver's license could be suspended or revoked Florida for accruing traffic violation points. In addition, his speeding could result in harming someone and that could render him criminally liable and subject to deportation.
Although the driving tickets and reckless driving are not normally crimes involving turpitude, since most immigration relief is discretionary, they may deny future immigration applications if the adjudicator believes he does not merit a favorable exercise of discretion because he is a danger to society.
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