Individuals may request Waivers of many categories of inadmissibility so that they can receive U.S. visas, green cards, adjustment of status, or early readmission into the United States if previously deported and they have not yet completed the time they were excluded from re-entering the U.S. Individuals who have been denied visas or admission to the U.S. for certain reasons may request a Waiver in order to be able to enter the U.S. The requirements to apply and qualify for each Waiver differ.
The immigration regulations of the United States may define a person as “inadmissible,” or not eligible to enter the U.S., for many reasons. Some of these reasons can include unlawful presence in the United States outside of a legal immigration status, fraud or misrepresentation to obtain a benefit under U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Act, certain health issues and medical conditions, membership in a “totalitarian” political party, unlawfully voting in the U.S., certain criminal convictions, certain unlawful activities, or being previously deported from the United States.
Moro Legal, LLC, assists individuals with the careful preparation and submission of Waivers of Inadmissibility to USCIS, including:
- I-601 Waiver of Unlawful Presence and Misrepresentation
- I-212 Waiver for Early Readmission after Removal/Deportation
- I-601A Provisional Waiver of Unlawful Presence While in the United States
- I-212(d)(3) General Waiver of Inadmissibility
- I-212(h) Crime Waiver of Inadmissibility
The content of this website is for general informational purposes only and is not a replacement for legal advice. Immigration law is a complex area of law that is constantly changing and this website cannot cover every facet of the law. Every case is different, and all individuals and businesses should consult with an immigration lawyer prior to filing any petition or application.