I-601A Provisional Waiver to Remain
On March 4, 2013, the United States began to allow persons who entered the United States without inspection to apply for a provisional waiver to excuse the unlawful presence. The reason for this is so that immediate relatives would not be separated from their families for months or even years while they wait for their waiver to be granted.
Once you submit an application for a provisional waiver, you will be allowed to wait in the United States until approval. Once approved, you will then be required to travel back to your country of origin to pass an immigration interview after which you can return back to the U.S. within days. This type of provisional waiver is a great vehicle to help your family stay together and to avoid the experience of long, uncertain waiting times while apart.
I-212 Waiver of Inadmissibility
An immigrant who has been deported due to criminal offense convictions or for illegally entering the country faces a difficult task when attempting to reenter. An I-212 Waiver may be the only means of gaining permission to reenter the country. The complexities and requirements for filing an I-212 waiver application require the knowledge and experience of our skilled immigration lawyers.
Preparation of the package for filing must be done in a persuasive fashion, with all forms and attachments leaving immigration officials with little doubt that the application should be granted. The preparation of these filings is a crucial and essential basis for the process when dealing with this or any immigration benefit.