If you are in admissible to the United States for unlawful presence, fraud, or criminal convictions, you may have options. In many cases, inadmissible individuals may apply for waivers of these grounds of inadmissibility. A waiver simply means that you ask the U.S. government to forgive the ground of inadmissibility and grant you the green card (lawful permanent residence) or some other benefit despite it.
The requirements and eligibility for a waiver will vary depending upon which ground of inadmissibility applies. The forms for the waivers are extremely fact-specific to each case, and an immigration attorney should be consulted before a family makes a decision on whether or not a waiver should be sought. A dedicated Charlotte immigration waiver lawyer is ready to help you fight against inadmissibility, so reach out today to learn more. En Español