Prior immigration violations or even criminal conduct makes many applicants inadmissible to the United States. Visa waivers may dismiss the inadmissibility grounds in many circumstances. Proper application of the right type of waiver can be the difference in obtaining entry into the United States. If you have grounds for inadmissibility and wish to visit the United States as a visitor or would like to come in under a work visa, we can file a non-immigrant visa waiver which will waive the ground of inadmissibility and allow you to enter the United States. The more serious the violation is, the more difficult it is to obtain the waiver.

If you have been deported, thru the proper application of a waiver you may be able to re-enter into the United States. You may obtain a waiver by showing extreme hardship to your lawful spouse (permanent resident or US citizen), your parents, or your children.  Extreme hardship can be shown by long residency periods in the United States, strong family ties which were formed in the United States and medical problems that can’t be treated in your home country.

An experienced immigration attorney can guide you thru the complex task of deciding and applying the correct waiver to your particular circumstance.