Waivers of Inadmissibility

The path to U.S. immigration is fraught with legal complexities, one of which is the issue of inadmissibility. At Fibi Law, we offer specialized guidance on how to navigate the waivers of inadmissibility, ensuring you have the best chance of entering or remaining in the U.S.

Understanding Inadmissibility

Inadmissibility is a legal term that refers to reasons why an individual may be barred from entering or remaining in the U.S. This can include criminal convictions, health reasons, or immigration violations.

Types of Crimes Leading to Inadmissibility

  • Moral Turpitude: Crimes that involve dishonesty or immoral conduct.
  • Drug Offenses: Convictions related to controlled substances.
  • Security Risks: Involvement in terrorist activities.

Who Can Apply for a Waiver?

  • Immigrant Visa Applicants: Those applying for a green card.
  • Non-Immigrant Visa Applicants: Those applying for temporary visas like K or V visas.
  • Current U.S. Residents: Those who are already in the U.S. but face potential deportation.

Criteria for Waiver Approval

  • Extreme Hardship: Demonstrating that denial would cause extreme hardship to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family member.
  • Rehabilitation: Evidence of rehabilitation if the inadmissibility is due to a criminal offense.
  • National Interest: Cases where the applicant’s admission serves a significant public or national interest.

The Application Process

  1. Initial Assessment: A thorough review of your case to determine eligibility for a waiver.
  2. Document Preparation: Compilation of all necessary legal and supporting documents.
  3. Application Submission: Filing of the waiver application with the appropriate U.S. immigration authorities.
  4. Legal Representation: Representation during interviews or court proceedings, if applicable.
  5. Status Monitoring: Regular updates on the application status until a decision is reached.

How Fibi Law Can Assist

Our legal team will guide you through each step, ensuring that your application is as strong as possible. We also offer representation during any legal proceedings and keep you updated on the status of your application.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule a free consultation, call us at 1-800-842-0316.

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