When individuals may be inadmissible to the United States, there are options. Completing a waiver application may allow for admission despite visa overstays, three- and 10-year bars and other grounds. Certain criminal grounds of inadmissibility can be waived with an "I-601" waiver, including some crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMT) and multiple criminal convictions. Nonimmigrants are generally subject to the same grounds of inadmissibility that intending immigrants are subject to.
Like many of the other different types of immigration issues, waiver identification as well as the waiver application itself can be complicated. The assistance of an experienced immigration lawyer cannot be overvalued.
Michigan Hardship Waiver Attorney
Because I have dedicated my practice exclusively to immigrants and their loved ones, I understand the variables that go into waiver applications. In every case on which I work, I put a premium on personal service. It is my goal to understand the details of your case so that I can put my experience to work.
To discuss any aspect of your immigration waiver issue in an initial consultation, call 313-963-2505 or e-mail Detroit immigration waiver attorney Alan Reiter here.