In order to be granted a waiver you will have to provide/produce evidence of extreme hardship experienced by your relative located in the U.S. We can assist you in taking the first steps in starting the process.
We can assist you with your immigration matters
The concept of inadmissibility arises in a number of situations. It is an issue when the visa application is made and when a foreign national seeks entry to the U.S. It also comes up when a person in deportation proceedings is said to have been inadmissible at the time of entry or was not inspected at their entry. Additionally it can be a factor when a permanent resident is said to have abandoned their permanent residency.
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Some people found ineligible for a visa under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) may file an Application for Waiver of Ground of Inadmissibility (Form I-601). Findings of ineligibility are usually made by a Consular Office during an immigrant visa interview by an Immigration Officer during an immigrant visa interview inside the U.S., and/or in immigration court.