Possibly. She will definitely need an immigration attorney helping her in addition to a criminal defense attorney trying to beat the DWI.
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DWI and immigration is a mixed bag these days. All the more reason why an immigrant who is charged with DWI needs an immigration lawyer.
I am moving your question to the immigration area so you may get some better answers.
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