Houston Waivers of Inadmissibility Lawyer
I-601 And I-212 Waiver Of Inadmissibility
United States immigration law prohibits individuals under several circumstances from entering the country. Circumstances that can lead to inadmissibility include:
- Unlawful presence
- Criminal activities
- Prior deportation orders
- Public dependency issues
- Health-related grounds, hepatitis C and tuberculosis
- Illegal entry into the U.S. and immigration violations, including misrepresentation
In certain cases, the law provides "inadmissible" individuals the opportunity to request a waiver regarding their inadmissible status. The waiver and a subsequent visa may be granted if specific requirements related to inadmissibility are met.
Presenting A Strong Case For Admissibility
Often, the government flags activity and background information as grounds for inadmissibility then allows admission when evidence is presented. The government may look at information pertaining to:
- The risk (or lack of risk) of harm to society if the applicant is admitted
- The seriousness of the applicant's immigration law violation
- The nature of the reasons for wishing to enter the United States
We have successfully obtained Waivers of Inadmissibility for previous denials relating to marijuana, domestic altercations, and minor and unintentional immigration law violations. Where others simply give up, we will not. Our goal is to help each of our clients legally live and remain in the U.S.
Whether you are currently in another country or are in the U.S., we can fight for your rights, your visa and your waiver of inadmissibility.
Do you have questions regarding the denial of your visa request and Waiver of Inadmissibility? Contact the Houston immigration attorney of Salinas Law Firm, at 713.518.1711 or write to us about your problem using this form.
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