Got the first DUI last year in San Francisco, Now traveling back to home country because of visa issues and will reapply the visa again. Probation started on Sep 2018 - 3year probation, what will be the challenges do I need to face during visa interview! what documents need to be carried for visa interview, and what are the chances of approval? parents are LPR legal permanent residents any letter for their medical condition will help?
You forgot to tell us what type of visa you will apply for.
You left out what your 'visa issues' are.
You will most likely be required to bring a medical report to prove that you aren't an alcoholic.
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A person with a DUI is often referred to a panel physician for alcohol related inadmissibility.
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