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When an immigrant aims to obtain a visa or change his or her status in the United States, he or she must be considered “admissible” to the country. Immigrants who are considered “inadmissible” to the United States may find trouble when seeking to obtain an immigrant visa or to change their status, and are required to file for a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility. The lawyers at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. can assist clients in finding eligibility for a waiver to move forward in their process of creating a solid argument in order to obtain a waiver.

Inadmissible aliens may qualify for waivers

  • Inadmissible on criminal grounds
  • Inadmissible on grounds of prior immigration violations
  • Inadmissible on grounds of misrepresentation on previous applications
  • Inadmissible on health-related grounds

Waivers of inadmissibilityHiring an Lawyer is an important step in obtaining a waiver. Quickly filling out an application before preparing a solid foundation for an argument is an easy way to lose any chance of procuring a waiver. Our lawyers will instead take the time and important steps necessary to determine whether, in fact, a client is inadmissible, and from there plot a course of action to obtain a waiver. Common reasons for an inadmissible alien to receive a waiver include the applicant having a U.S. citizen as a relative who would experience “extreme hardship” without the applicant and that the applicant deserves a waiver. Whatever the reason, obtaining a waiver will require a well-planned and strategically executed application. Our Philadelphia immigration lawyer who reviews your case will prepare a complete application, and guide you through the entire process.

Are you ready to learn more about inadmissibility, and about whether or not you or a loved one qualifies for a waiver? Contact The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. Online, or call for a free consultation: (215)-799-9990 (Philadelphia) and 609-656-0909 (Trenton immigration lawyer).

This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.