Different Types of Immigration Waivers
An immigrant with a family member who is expected to suffer extreme hardship in the United States due to his removal qualifies for this waiver. This is to provide relief to anyone with an application for immigrant visa, green card, or status of adjustment pending. You just need to prove that you have a US resident, who needs you to avoid extreme hardship.
I-601 waiver can override any inadmissibility due to unlawful presence, criminal conviction, and visa fraud. Always consult an immigration attorney to know inclusions and exclusions specific to your status.
· PROVISIONAL WAIVER
If an immigration has an approved I-130 petition, they may seek what is called an I-601A waiver. This waiver is meant to forgive the immigrant for unlawful presence in the country and will remove the 3- or 10-year bar on him. The waiver for immigrants permits the applicant to go back to his home country to complete all formalities of the consular process and come back to the United States. He does not need to spend years waiting for the immigration visa. Having a trusted Houston immigration attorney to fight your cause can help you apply for and get the I-601 provisional waiver easily.
This immigration waiver is to help those barred from entry into the United States due to a criminal conviction or unlawful stay. If you are deported back to your home country and not allowed to return following proven criminal charges or removal proceedings, I-212 waiver is the only option to seek respite.
An I-212 waiver application is the most preferred method to appeal against inadmissibility grounds. However, the preparation and filing involve complex procedures and need proper documentation that cannot be completed without support of a skilled Houston immigration lawyer to guide you.
· HUMANITARIAN AND NATIONAL INTEREST WAIVER
One can seek an immigration waiver on the ground of humanitarian support. This is helpful for people, who are refugees, seeking asylum, or facing prosecution back home. Also, anyone with a qualification or profession that can benefit the US arts, sciences, or businesses can seek immigration waiver on the ground of national benefit.
The list of inadmissibility is extensive and has a real impact on your prospects of obtaining permanent US residency. Though there are waivers for immigrants, the process is difficult and needs preparation and filing of applications/documents. Contact us to learn more about waivers.
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