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A non-immigrant visa may be revoked for a DUI charge

Foreign nationals who are visiting or working in Arizona on a non-immigrant visa could have their visa revoked if they are charged with drunk driving. The Department of State may revoke a person's visa once it learns that the person was so charged , even before there has been any determination of guilt. Other incidents that could be grounds for visa ineligibility or inadmissibility do require a determination of guilt.

California law held up as an example to other states

Undocumented workers in Arizona and around the country saw their hopes of obtaining work permits dashed on June 23 when the U.S. Supreme Court voted to put the Obama administration's immigration plan on hold. Unauthorized immigrants who are the parents of U.S. citizens would have been permitted to apply for work permits had it been implemented. Immigrant advocacy groups had pinned their hopes on action at the federal level, but there have also been calls for state legislatures to adopt a more progressive approach.

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