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  1. That is not the punishment. Also, should things go very sour (I do not see why, from what you said and if your wife do not misrepresent herself by submitting inaccurate documents), you would still be free to move to her.
  2. https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-8-part-b-chapter-7 See: Alcohol Use and Driving
  3. See: https://fam.state.gov/FAM/09FAM/09FAM030203.html [...] f. (U) Convictions Relating To Pre-Trial Actions: (1) (U) An applicant has not been convicted of a crime if he or she merely: (a) (U) Is under investigation; (b) (U) Has been arrested or detained; (c) (U) Has been charged with a crime; or (d) (U) Is under indictment. (2) (U) However, such facts may indicate that some other basis of ineligibility may exist (e.g., INA 212(a)(2)(C)(i), INA 212(a)(1)(A)(iii), etc.). At your discretion, you may refuse any applicant under INA 221(g) which involves an applicant who has been charged with, but not convicted of, a crime in order to await the outcome of the proceedings (if the outcome is reasonably imminent) or to permit local authorities in appropriate cases to take steps to prevent the departure of the alien from their jurisdiction. Where applicable, in the case of a nonimmigrant visa applicant charged with a crime, you should also consider how the pending charge may affect the applicant’s intention to return to his or her place of residence, for purposes of INA 214(b)
  4. ... Still, they'll want to know what happened next. Might be useful for her to get legal representation.
  5. She fills the 260, she's the one who has to be truthful. A Alcohol and arrest might be seen has abusing substances
  6. Who was arrested? Who's going to court? The embassy might want to wait until the investigation is over, otherwise, how would they know she was only arrested and not charged?
  7. The possible consequences of lying/lying by omission are brutal, while disclosing the arrest will usually end up in a short delay while new police certificate and arrest record are reviewed.
  8. First part of the interview is reviewing the DS-260 and affirming/signing that the information is accurate and true. http://hammondlawgroup.com/healthcareblog/2015/03/26/how-do-i-correct-a-mistake-on-my-ds-260-after-i-have-submitted-it/
  9. At the interview, they review the forms to see in anything has changed since it's been filled (address, baby, arrest...). To save time, you should ask her to get the police report detailing her arrest.
  10. Your insurance will ask for it, but if you look at the SSA website, insurance is not a situation where you're required to disclose your/your spouse SSN. If they refuse, ask about the best way to contact their legal department. Once in a while, I get a letter from my insurance that my SSN is (still) missing from my file. Sometimes I shred it, other times, I say no, thank you and print the actual regulations.
  11. Documents required depend on the country. See IATA reference database here: https://www.emirates.com/english/before-you-fly/visa-passport-information/find-visa-requirements.aspx Then triple check with the airline/print the IATA info.
  12. Your lawyer should be able to detail what was done. If you do not trust him, you can always try to expedite on your own.
  13. Could your spouse move with you? While the wait is not "fun", most families an couples are able to survive it... Right to get married =/= right to immigrate... your spouse is probably free to travel to you.
  14. Consular services at your closest consulate or embassy are exactly for situations like yours. They can assist you getting a travel letter to allow you to go back home. Best of luck.
  15. 1. You would have to check with TN RMV/DMV about their rules. Depends on the state.
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