The Department of Homeland Security offers several opportunities to obtain waiver of inadmissibility which, if an alien is eligible, can allow them to return to the United States after being deemed inadmissible. The waiver is for those individuals who can prove that, if they are not allowed to return to the United States, that their qualifying relative would suffer an extreme hardship if they are forced to live without them in the US, or are forced to move to the applicant's home country.
To make an informed decision about whether you should enter the waiver process, and thus become documented, you should always consult with a competent and qualified immigration attorney. The Simon Law Group in Houston handles hundreds of deportation and immigration cases each year and is fully equipped to take on even the most difficult immigration matters.
There are a long list of requirements and qualifications to be eligible for a waiver of inadmissibility, depending upon your background, criminal record (if any), record of criminal activity outside of the US, your history with DHS and ICE, and other factors too numerous to list here. The importance of discussing your case with a competent immigration attorney who is experienced in handling waivers cannot be overstated. In fact, assessing whether or not the alien should even attempt filing for a waiver is the most important step in the process.
Everyone's situation and personal history is unique, and therefore, a thorough consultation with a knowledgeable Houston immigration attorney is a must. If you or a loved one is considering filing for a waiver of inadmissibility of any type, please contact a lawyer who has the requisite knowledge to help you choose wisely.
Contact the qualified Houston deportation defense attorneys from our firm and schedule an evaluation to discuss your case in detail and let the power of experience guide your decision.