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  1. u have a great chance. get a lawyer to represent u.
  2. depends on what your conviction was. I was denied for having neg driving 1. I was twenty and I wasn't over the alcohol limit. but again I was not 21yrs old yet and I didn't have a drivers license. good luck to u tho
  3. i was denied for having a dui that got lowered to negligent driving. they called a significant misdemeanor
  4. for me, I hit the "ONE YEAR" mark on april 22nd. on the 21st I got a notification that they had sent rfe letter but that usually takes about 15 days to get to me. sucks that a lot of us with apps in Nebraska have been waiting for this long.
  5. Does anyone know if there's anyway to contact the person handling the case at the service center ?
  6. I applied in late april of 2013. Nebraska has me waiting too. damn
  7. I have the same timeline(april 22nd--?. and my dui was lowered to negligent driving. still waiting case is in Nebraska and I heard they're taking 8-10 months.
  8. I applied in mid April 2013. and still waiting for approval . I had afew thangs n my record but only convicted for one, driving
  9. @dreamer3oh3,Thnx for da advice. I appreciate it. I hope nothing but da best for u. You seem to have a good head on ur shoulders!
  10. Thats crazy how other states dont give i.d.'s Here in washington state anyone can get an i.d. And a driver's license. I got both so i had no problem applying. It makes it easier getting jobs here too.
  11. I had a friend in high school from there. Yeah he said it was crazy. Alot of drugs and high crime rate. He said that theres alot of gangs too. But in the tourists parts is expensive if you would like the whole aloha experience
  12. @dreamer3oh3- well i gotta make money some how. Better to work and save mother nature than to sit and wait. I do understand where ur coming from and i respect that. I have a lawyer, and i wouldnt do something that would prevent me from getting deferred action.
  13. Good luck to all who are going thru this. We already achieved by taking steps into our goals
  14. I'm actually a wildland firefighter. I work for a native american tribe. Maybe they have a diffrent way of enforcing laws or maybe i'm like those immigrants who joined the army. I did all my training and tests, and no i dont think you have to be a citizen for every gov job. And @dreamer3oh3- if you fill out the i-9 form and they hire u, you should be fine for afew months.