Frequently, a person may be ineligible to receive a green card or immigrant visa because of an inadmissibility, such as unlawful presence, misrepresentation or fraud. In these cases, the person can apply for a waiver if they have a qualifying relative, through whom they must prove extreme hardship to the qualifying relative if the green card and/or immigrant visa is not granted.
Depending on the reason for inadmissibility, an individual may be banned from re-entry for three, five, or ten years. In certain circumstances, a lifetime ban may be imposed. In spite of these bans, there may still be an option to legally re-enter the country through a I-601 or I-212 waiver.
Our firm has helped dozens of clients obtain hardship waivers and successfully adjust their status or obtain an immigrant visa. We know how difficult this process is and we are here by your side the entire time. We help build extremely strong and incredibly effective waiver applications. Give us a call today to set up your consultation so we can evaluate your hardship factors for a waiver.
We’ll set up a 30-minute in-person or virtual meeting with you via Zoom, video conference, Skype or phone to get to know your unique situation, understand your needs, and begin to map out a legal strategy.
The second step of our process lasts 3-5 days, during which we handle all necessary administrative details to set up your case. You will put down your initial deposit, sign a fee agreement, complete a questionnaire and meet with us to dive deeper.
For the next 3-4 weeks, we wi11 work together, side-by-side, to prepare your case and set you up for success. After we have prepared your case, we will share it with you for review. Then we flle your case and monitor it.
If you are unable to visit our New Jersey location, our office can work on your case virtually.
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Immigration law is complex.
We know the law and will fight for your right to stay in the United States.