Immigration Waiver Applications after Disqualification

A waiver is an application to USCIS to get permission to receive an immigration benefit when the applicant may be disqualified from obtaining that benefit due to his or her health history, immigration history, criminal record, or other factors. Waiver applications are labor intensive and may be critical to the outcome of your immigration case.

Wavier Petition (I-601)

We have a preliminary consultation to see if you are eligible for a waiver. We fill out the Form I-601. We discuss any and all issues that may influence your waiver eligibility, such as health problems, criminal history, immigration history, and financial history. I prepare your supporting statement, I prepare supporting statements from friends, family, and colleagues. Where applicable, I do the legal research and draft the legal memorandum in support of your waiver. I prepare any relevant and useful supporting documentation for your waiver, including background conditions in your country of origin and expert opinions.

Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the US After Deportation or Removal (Form I-212)

$2,500 Base Legal Services Fee

A person who has been ordered Removed or Deported from the United States must file this application before reentering the US This Application involves almost exactly the same work as the Waiver Form I-601, outlined above.

Application for the exercise of discretion under section 212(c). (Form I-191)

This application is for Legal Permanent Residents who have plead guilty to certain crimes in or before 1996 and who have been placed into Immigration Court Proceedings or wish to cancel the immigration consequences of their guilty plea. This Application involves almost exactly the same work as the Waiver Form I-601, outlined above.

Application for Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver under 212(d)(3)

We have a preliminary consultation to see if you are eligible for a waiver. We fill out the Form I-192, if applicable. We discuss why you want to visit the United States temporarily. This Application involves almost exactly the same work as the Waiver Form I-601, outlined above, although it is a bit different because the applicant is seeking to enter the United States temporarily, and not permanently. Nonimmigrant visa waivers are an option for someone who has a great need to visit the U.S., to see family members, to get medical treatment, and for a host of other reasons.

The Law Offices of Rose H. Robbins represents clients all over the United States and all over the world.  Please call us at: (954) 946-8130 to schedule your free telephone consultation.  This is a FREE consultation and you will not be charged for this call.

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