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Waivers

Waivers

 

If you or a loved one has been deemed inadmissible, and are unable to enter the United States or obtain permanent residency do not lose hope.  You may still be able to obtain lawful admission by filing an application for a waiver, or pardon.

The Law Office of Luis Mariano Garcia, P.A. specializes in waivers of inadmissibility to the United States, and has helped hundreds of clients obtain waivers, allowing them to move forward with their immigration goals.

What are Some Reasons a Person is Deemed Inadmissible?

You or a loved one may be deemed inadmissible for some of the following reasons:

Overstaying a visa in the United States

Prior deportation from the United States

Health-related grounds such as communicable diseases, and behavioral disorders

Certain criminal charges and/or convictions

Immigration fraud or misrepresentation

Membership in a totalitarian party

Alien smuggling

Unlawful presence after a prior immigration violation

Likelihood to become a public charge – in jail, on welfare

Provisional Waivers

If you or a loved one has been deemed inadmissible, there are different types of waivers available, and the most effective one depends on your offense. One common type of waiver is the Extreme Hardship Waiver which must prove that your removal or deportation would cause extreme hardship to a U.S. citizen, or to a Lawful Permanent Resident.  It is important to keep in mind that the provisional waiver process is only available to those individuals who are residing in the U.S. and are immediate relatives of the U.S. citizen or permanent resident (i.e., spouses, children, and parents) whose hardship must be proved. Also, that U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident must be at least 21 years of age.

Contact Our Office for More Information

 

The Law Office of Luis Mariano is skilled in preparing waiver applications which consider your plight and your goals. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will leave no stone unturned as we explore every option available to you. Contact the office of Luis Mariano Garcia to discuss your case, and we will help get you started on your waiver application immediately.