The immigration law allows waivers for numerous different grounds of inadmissibility. In order to receive a green card, all areas of inadmissibility must be waived. Waivers may be filed for the following grounds of inadmissibility:
Your ability to request immigration for a waiver depends on which category above immigration is alleging. Many waivers require you to have family members and require you to prove sufficient hardship to these family members. For some waivers, when the act causing inadmissibility occurred is also important. It is highly recommended that you seek the advise of an experienced immigration attorney in order to determine if you require a waiver and whether you are eligible for a waiver. The attorneys at Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC have had waivers approved for all of the above listed different categories. Contact us now for your free consultation.