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 the alien submits an application for provisional waiver, they can wait in the United States until it is approved. They will then be required to travel back to their country of origin, and can be interviewed and return back to the U.S. within days. At Simon Law Group, the focus is always on serving our Houston clients and their immigration needs. We are dedicated and passionate about immigration law and helping people live and work in the United States.
The provisional waiver is a great vehicle to help families stay together and not have to experience the long uncertain waiting times that immigrants have had to endure in the past. If you or a loved one is in need of a provisional waiver, and are in Houston or the surrounding area, please take the time and speak with our Houston immigration firm to discuss your deportation case in detail. We are always ready to take your call and arrange a time and date when you can meet with us personally so we can answer all your questions.
Delays caused by filing applications and petitions incorrectly can be frustrating and the government's requirements can often be confusing. Hiring an immigration lawyer is the most prudent way of handling any immigration requirement, as the experience and skill of dealing with the Department of Homeland Security and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ensures that your petition will be prepared properly the first time.
Contact us today for an evaluation of your deportation case in Houston.