I-601 Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility
An I-601 Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility allows a non-citizen alien to immigrate to United States. If the U.S. immigration authorities find you to be inadmissible, you can be refused entry into the U.S. as a lawful permanent residence. However, in many immigration cases, if we can prove and establish something called "extreme suffering" or "extreme hardship" to a qualifying relative who is a US citizen or permanent resident applicant may obtain permanent residence or "green card" upon approval of its waiver. Qualifying relatives could be the applicant's spouse or parent or in certain cases children of the applicant.
According to the USCIS website, individuals who are inadmissible are not permitted by law to enter or remain in the United States. You may ask what are the categories of inadmissibility? The general categories of inadmissibility include: a) Health, b) Criminal activity, c) National security, d) Public charge, e) Lack of labor certification, f) Fraud and misrepresentation, g) Prior removals, h) Unlawful presence in the United States, and several other miscellaneous categories.
How can we help with I-601 Waiver?
immigration Waiver Law Firm is Specialized in Waiver Cases. We have proven record of approvals and to increase your chance of approval
- We will write both, the qualifying relative hardship letter, and the beneficiary letter for you.
-We also request an expedite of your case to accelerate the process of your case, if eligible.
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