Whether you were driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can have severe and long-term consequences. If you are arrested for a DUI or DWI, you can expect to face legal penalties, including fines and jail time. You may also face increased insurance premiums, difficulty finding employment, and other negative consequences.
Legal Penalties for DUI/DWI
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The Supreme court ruled in June that individuals not in class-action suits must now bring challenges to immigration policy.
In the 6-3 holding, the Supreme Court concluded that under a 1996 statute, lower federal courts couldn’t grant injunctive relief to entire classes of immigrants, which would bar immigration officials from carrying out specific policies.
Essentially, the Supreme...Read More
If you’re currently pursuing a change in immigration status and have been charged with a DUI, your immigration process just became more complicated.
For anyone charged with a DUI, the consequences can be life-altering, from thousands of dollars in fines to serving years in prison. But when you’re an immigrant looking for legal entry to the country or a change in status, the consequences can...Read More
Driving allows many to get to work, the grocery store, and care for their children.
If your driving privileges have been revoked, North Carolina doesn’t have the most robust mass transit system, so your entire way of life may upend, and needing your driving privileges back is essential.
Driving with a revoked license is a terrible idea — Police cars have software that runs license...Read More
Any driver convicted of a DWI or DUI faces harsh penalties such as fines, license suspensions and even jail time. But for people currently seeking a green card or to become a natural citizen of the United States, a DWI or DUI could derail your immigration process.
How Does A DUI/DWI Affect My Immigration Process?
Any criminal conviction can affect your status as a legal immigrant in the United...Read More