Immigration - Waivers

Immigration - Waivers

Top Immigration Attorney in Florida

Few immigration-related matters have the potential to be more stressful than a finding of inadmissibility. After all, if immigration officials have decided you are inadmissible, you cannot visit the country. You also cannot apply for immigration benefits, such as legal permanent residency. Here at Seltzer Mayberg, LLC, we can help you explore your eligibility for an inadmissibility waiver.

Common Grounds of Inadmissibility

U.S. immigration law is complex. Even if you have tried to comply with the law, you may have inadvertently run afoul of it. Here are some common reasons individuals become inadmissible:

  • • Criminal history: Crimes of violence, crimes involving moral turpitude and drug crimes routinely render individuals inadmissible. There are exceptions, however.
  • • Fraud: Making false statements or misrepresenting material facts to obtain an immigration-related benefit may make someone inadmissible.
  • • Unlawful presence: Typically, it is a violation of U.S. immigration law to be physically present in the country without authorization. If a person enters illegally or overstays a visa, he or she may become inadmissible.
  • • Poor health: Certain health conditions, such as communicable diseases or dangerous mental illnesses, may result in a finding of inadmissibility. The same is true if a person fails to undergo immunization or has a drug addiction.

Inadmissibility Waivers

While many situations may make a person inadmissible, U.S. immigration law allows individuals to submit waivers for some grounds of inadmissibility. If the government accepts the waiver, the individual may enter the country without facing immigration consequences. Each ground of inadmissibility, though, has its own waiver requirements.

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Our Experience

Filing a successful waiver requires a careful analysis of your immigration situation. You also must diligently document your eligibility for waiver relief. The immigration attorneys at Seltzer Mayberg, LLC, have extensive experience with both inadmissibility and waivers. Reach out to us 24 hours a day at 305-444-1565 or through our online contact form for assistance.

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