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Seeking Waivers For Immigrants Who Need Them

What is preventing you from getting the immigration benefits you may qualify for? Is it a crime in your past? Did you make a representation that was false?

There are many reasons why an individual, either because of a past criminal history or a past immigration violation, becomes inadmissible for the relief they are seeking. That relief could be a nonimmigrant visa at the Consulate or it could be a green card. Yemi Getachew Immigration Law Office, P.C. has successfully applied for waivers for individuals who were refused admission at the airport for visa problems by applying for waivers at the Consulate.

In other circumstances when an individual cannot obtain a green card either because of a crime in the past or other grounds, we have prepared and submitted winning waiver packages. For individuals who were ordered to be deported and have to wait five or 10 years, we have won waivers and reunited families in a relatively short period of time.

We can help with both the I-601 (Application for Waiver of Grounds for Inadmissibility), and I-212 (Application for Permission to Reapply for Readmission into the United States After Deportation or Removal. For spouses of U.S. citizens seeking to stay in the country, we can assist with the I-601A (Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver).

Need To Stay In The U.S. While Awaiting Your Interview?

Are you the spouse of a United States citizen who entered the country without inspection and has been here for a long time? We know what it takes to help you in these situations.

Our success in filing waivers comes from preparing well-documented packets that clearly show the USCIS adjudicator the extreme hardship that would result if an individual is forced to remain in the foreign country for 10 years and the hardship if the qualifying United States citizen has to go and live in the foreign country.


Contact Yemi Getachew Immigration Law Office, P.C., today at 408-292-7995 to find out how to apply for a visa or green card waiver. Our immigration lawyers will make sure you explore every available option.