If you have been refused entry, or have been found inadmissible to the United States, you may still be able to gain entry into the U.S. if you obtain a waiver!
Persons may be inadmissible – that is, may not be admitted – to the United States under the U. S. immigration laws for a variety of reasons. Some of the reasons a person may be inadmissible include:
- Criminal conviction(s)
- Prior immigration violations (overstay, removal, etc.)
- Health-related grounds
- Fraud or willful misrepresentation
However, the United States recognizes that even though a person may be inadmissible under one or more of the immigration laws, we may still want to allow that person to be admitted as an immigrant to the United States. In such cases, the person who is inadmissible to the United States may apply for what’s called an immigrant waiver of inadmissibility.
Non Immigrant Waivers
The United States also recognizes that even though a non-immigrant may be inadmissible under one or more of the immigration laws, we may still want to allow that person to be admitted as a non-immigrant to the United States. For example, the person may have been rehabilitated after a criminal conviction. In such cases, the person who is inadmissible to the United States may apply for what’s called a non-immigrant waiver of inadmissibility. If a waiver is granted, the person may be granted admission into the United States while the waiver is valid.
The Importance of Hiring An Experienced Waiver Lawyer
Waivers are complex area of law requiring a particularly skilled attorney and in-depth knowledge of Immigration Law. At Richards and Jurusik, we have extensive experience helping both immigrants and non-immigrants apply for waivers of inadmissibility.
Contact Us Today to Speak with a U.S. Immigration Waiver Lawyer – 1-866-697-1832