A waiver is a very complex and complicated process within the immigration law area, not every person qualifies for this type of process that allows an applicant to waive something that makes him or her inadmissible to temporary enter or permanently immigrate into the United States. An applicant may need to request a waiver before a particular type of visa is issued or a legal permanent resident status is granted and some of the many reasons why a person needs to file a waiver are as follows:
If you were deported or removed from the U.S.;
If you overstayed after your I-94 was expired or your legal stay was ended, and you accrued unlawful presence;
If you were charged and convicted of a felony;
If you were charged and convicted of moral turpitude crime; and
If you were charged and convicted with drug possession.
If you need an evaluation of your particular situation our experienced staff can assist you to set up the best approach to strengthen your case.