An Immigration waiver is a forgiveness for a specific immigration violation. For example, when a person is applying for a US visa or a green card, an Immigration (or consular) officer has to determine if the person violated the US or other laws and is inadmissible. The same process happens when a green card holder is subject to criminal penalties. The government will determine if such criminal penalties were deportable immigration violations. The most common violations includes the following:
- Previous Removal Orders;
- Criminal Convictions;
- Unlawful Presence;
- Immigration Fraud.
If any of the violations concerned you, we strongly recommend you consult with Demidchik Law Firm or any immigration attorney. Our attorneys successfully applied all types of waiver for our clients.