Navigating US Immigration Waivers: How QBM Legal Can Assist You
The US immigration process can be complex and challenging, especially when individuals face inadmissibility due to certain circumstances. However, various types of waivers are available to address these grounds of inadmissibility and provide an opportunity for applicants to overcome their immigration challenges. At QBM Legal, we are dedicated to helping you understand and navigate the different types of waivers available, ensuring the best possible outcome for your immigration case.
Types of Waivers:
I-601 Waiver for Crimes or Overstay: This waiver is sought when an individual is inadmissible due to crimes committed or unlawful overstay in the US. It requires demonstrating that denying admission would result in extreme hardship to qualifying relatives.
I-601A Overstay Waiver for Someone in the USA: This waiver is specifically for immediate relatives of US citizens who are present in the US and ineligible for adjustment of status due to unlawful presence. It allows them to seek a waiver while remaining in the country.
I-212 Waiver for a Removal: Individuals who were ordered removed or deported from the US can apply for this waiver to seek permission to reapply for admission.
I-191 212(c) Waiver for Old Crimes: This waiver is for individuals with certain old criminal convictions, aiming to waive inadmissibility based on those convictions.
EOIR 42A Cancellation of Removal for LPR in Immigration Court: Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) facing removal proceedings in immigration court can apply for this waiver to prevent removal and retain their LPR status.
EOIR 42B Cancellation of Removal for Non-LPR in Immigration Court: Non-LPRs in immigration court can seek this waiver to avoid removal and gain legal status in the US.
212(d)(3) Waiver: This waiver is used for specific grounds of inadmissibility and allows discretionary waivers for nonimmigrants seeking admission to the US.
VAWA and U Visa Waivers: Victims of domestic violence (VAWA) and certain crime victims (U Visa) can apply for waivers to address their inadmissibility based on the nature of the crimes.
All Other Immigration Waivers: There are various other waivers available to address specific grounds of inadmissibility not covered under the mentioned categories.
At QBM Legal, our experienced immigration attorneys have a profound understanding of US immigration laws and regulations. We are well-versed in the nuances of each type of waiver and can guide you through the application process, ensuring that you present a compelling case to maximize your chances of success.
In addition to waivers, we also handle various other immigration-related matters, including:
Responses to NOID (Notices of Intent to Deny)
Responses to RFE (Requests for Evidence)
Appeals of denials from USCIS or any immigration agency
Motions to Reopen/Reconsider with Immigration Court/BIA/AAO/USCIS
Navigating the US immigration process can be overwhelming, but you don't have to face it alone. At QBM Legal, we are dedicated to providing you with skilled legal representation and personalized guidance throughout your immigration journey. Contact us today for a consultation, and let us be your trusted advocates in achieving your immigration goals.