Waivers, in certain instances, may be used to overcome a ground of inadmissibility or to prevent removal from the United States. They may be necessary even if you are already legally in the United States. If you are applying for a green card or a visa and the immigration service believes you are inadmissible, you may need a waiver. If you are already in the United States and have violated the immigration or criminal law, you may be eligible for a waiver to prevent removal or deportation. If we can find a legally sound reason to do so, we use waivers of inadmissibility both for the denial of entry and as a defense to removal proceedings.
If you need an immigration lawyer’s advice about the best ways to overcome a denial of entry or a green card into the United States, or to present a defense to removal on the grounds, contact Sesini Law Group for an initial consultation about your problem.
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If you have a criminal record, certain health problems or a previous history of immigration problems, such as fraud or unlawful presence, you may be inadmissible to the visa application could be denied unless you can demonstrate to immigration officers that a significant hardship will result for you and your family.
At Sesini Law Group, we aid clients in seeking remedies involving waivers including:
212(c) waivers for lawful permanent residents
212(h) waivers for those with past criminal records or unlawful presence
209(c) waivers for refugees and asylees
212(i) waivers for fraud or misrepresentation
212(a)(9)(B) waivers for unlawful presence
237(a)(1)(H) Waivers which are generally available to lawful permanent resident aliens who obtained their green card through some kind of fraud or misrepresentation.