IMMIGRATION WAIVERS FOR INADMISSIBILITY
Inadmissibility is a condition that prevents a person from entering or adjusting their status in the United States.
The process of filing and applying for a waiver is best completed with legal representation, so if you have been deemed inadmissible to the United States and want to know if you’re eligible for a waiver, or if you want to apply for an immigrant visa or adjust your status in the United States, we will make sure to represent you in the way you need!
The Three And Ten-year Bar
The three- and ten-year bars, as well as the permanent ban, are the most common and least understood grounds of inadmissibility. The inadmissibility bars are activated as soon as the person leaves the United States. They may, however, be eligible for a waiver if the individual meets specific criteria.
If you’ve been found inadmissible to the United States and want to know if you qualify for a waiver, you can book a confidential appointment with an expert attorney.
WHY APPLY FOR A WAIVER
You must complete a waiver if you are ineligible for entry into the United States and want to apply for an immigrant visa, adjustment of status, certain nonimmigration statuses, or other immigration benefits.