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DUI in home country after concurrent filing of I-140 and I-485
I'm working in GA with H1-B visa, and currently my employer is applying for a green card for me. My I-140 and I-485 is concurrently filed 3 weeks ago, and I traveled to my home country right after they are filed. Yesterday, I got a DUI in my home country, but was not arrested or fingerprinted (since the procedure here doesn't call for it), but my driving privileges in my home country are suspended for 6 months and my local driver's license is confiscated (I still have my GA driver's license, and my driving privileges in GA are not suspended).
I'm wondering how this event would affect my green card process (the I-140 immigrant worker petition and I-485 adjustment of status). Would I be denied or interviewed about this during the green card application process? Could you give me information about getting a DUI (in another country) after I-485 is filed?
I appreciate any help about this topic greatly. Thank you very much in advance for all your help.
|140 485 , alcohol , dui|
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