Your 'big' problem doesn't appear to the the DUI. I'm guessing that you stopped going to college, had your asylum application denied at-least once (asylum corp and/or immigration judge) and were put into proceedings because you were no longer obeying the conditions of your student visa.
Further, because we aren't currently deporting people to the country you are from, the government was kind enough to put you on supervised release.
Am I basically correct?
If so, find a lawyer in Ohio that might be willing to attempt to re-open your case. Keep in mind that PD isn't a 'great' thing ... you'll still be under supervision of ICE.
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Based on what you've represented, you'll need to reopen your removal case and then apply to get it admin closed (which is the only course of action DHS in Cleveland is currently engaging under the PD memo). You may be eligible for other relief so I encourage you to retain counsel to review all your facts and circumstances and your immigration history.Ask a similar question
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