In immigration law, a waiver is a form of pardoning for violating an immigration policy. In some instances, a waiver is granted automatically. In others, immigrants must apply for one. It takes a skilled and experienced immigration attorney to understand the various waivers that exist and how they can apply to specific immigration issues.
To ensure that your rights are protected and that your immigration status is safeguarded, it is important to work with an immigration lawyer who knows the ins and outs of immigration waivers. At Thomas Nguyen Law Firm, we can apply our extensive experience and knowledge on this topic to help you achieve your goals and obtain the waiver you are seeking. Don’t wait for the consequences to worsen. You can start with us today to learn more about how we can help you with your immigration case.
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Types of Waivers
Immigration law is complex – sometimes, people violate policies without even realizing it. Regardless of your situation, a waiver can be extremely beneficial to you.
Types Of Waivers
Immigration law tends to be quite complex. Oftentimes, people violate policies without even realizing it. Regardless of your situation, a waiver can be extremely beneficial to you.
You may need a waiver if you:
- Were deported or removed from the country
- Stayed in the country past your visa expiration
- Were convicted of a crime
If a violation of the law or a crime is preventing you from applying for a visa or entering the U.S., a waiver is a very helpful and effective option that can help you move on from the action and maintain or continue seeking immigration status. Some of the many waivers we can help you obtain include:
- Waiver after prior removal
If you were deported from the country and want to apply for a visa before the mandatory waiting period, you can seek a waiver.
- Waiver of unlawful presence
If you are currently in the U.S. illegally but are seeking an immigrant visa, certain individuals may apply for a waiver to avoid the mandatory waiting period.
- Waiver of marijuana possession
If you were charged with or convicted of a marijuana-related crime, waivers are available to help you continue your pursuit of an immigrant visa or adjustment of status.
- General waiver for nonimmigrants
Many nonimmigrants who are inadmissible for any reason may apply for a waiver.
Quite often, even individuals who meet the basic requirements for a given waiver will need to show that they are eligible and qualify for the waiver, specifically based on the extreme hardship in which they have experienced in their home country. Our dedicated and hardworking immigration attorneys can take the time to understand your situation and tailor our services to help you seek and obtain a waiver.
Work With The Most Qualified And Experienced Immigration Waiver Lawyers
Our lawyers will ensure to emphasize your need for a waiver so that you can start a life in the United States. To learn more about immigration waivers and how Thomas Nguyen Law Firm can help you obtain one, call us today at (713) 517 7139. We look forward to hearing from you.