There are many different bars to admission or permanent residency in the U.S. such as unlawful presence, crimes, or misrepresentation. Learn more about our extensive experience filing and succeeding with waivers to help you overcome these bars.
If you have ever falsely claimed to be a U.S. citizen, have a communicable disease, failed to attend an immigration hearing, or there is evidence that you were involved in drug trafficking, you may be prohibited from obtaining a green card. Waivers are available for each of these situations.
If you have been charged with or convicted of a crime, you may be ineligible for residency. A knowledgeable attorney is essential in helping you understand which waivers you may qualify for and how to obtain them.
If you have given or used false information in order to receive some sort of immigration benefit, then you may be ineligible for a permanent resident card and will be required to submit a waiver before any immigration benefit can be awarded to you.
If you are already in the U.S. unlawfully and want to apply for a permanent resident card through a family petition, you may need a waiver. We can help you determine which waiver is right for you and how to apply.
If you have been living in the U.S. unlawfully and are married to a U.S. citizen, you may be eligible to remain in the U.S. while you request your unlawful presence be waived. Learn more about whether you qualify for this waiver and how we can help you apply.