Driving Under the Influence: Consequences and Solutions for 2020 - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
For many years, the consequences of a driving under the influence (DUI) conviction were relatively minor, but that is all changing. In Matter of Castillo-Perez, 27 I&N Dec. 664 (AG 2019), the attorney general indicated that evidence of two DUI convictions would bar a finding of good moral character and added concerning language about DUIs in the context of discretion for adjustment of status. Our panel of experts will provide practical advice and solutions regarding the consequences of DUIs in different contexts, including naturalization, adjustment of status, consular processing, and removal proceedings.
- How Is Matter of Castillo-Perez Being Applied, and What Is the Status of Litigation Regarding Immigration Consequences of a DUI?
- How Are DUIs Being Handled at U.S. Consulates, Including Panel Physician Referrals and Discretionary Determinations?
- What Are the Immigration Consequences of a DUI Either During or Prior to the Statutory Good Moral Character Period for Naturalization?
- How Is USCIS Approaching Discretionary Determinations for Adjustment of Status and Naturalization?
- What Are the Immigration Consequences of DUIs for Applicants in Removal Proceedings, Including Applicants for Cancellation of Removal and Voluntary Departure?
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