Immigrant Waivers

Immigrant Waivers and Inadmissibility

Several types of conduct can lead to inadmissibility and visa denials or revocations. Some of these inadmissibility grounds are waivable, enabling the individual to become a permanent resident, while others cannot be waived. Three of the most common inadmissibility grounds (unlawful presence, fraud, and certain criminal offenses) can be waived by demonstrating “extreme hardship” to the applicant and their family members. These types of waivers can be complex and challenging to navigate, so discuss your options with one of our trusted and compassionate family-based immigration attorneys today.

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