Waivers Of Inadmissibility
What Is A Waiver Of Inadmissibility?
Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, people who have been deemed inadmissible are not allowed to enter or remain in the United States. Some of the grounds for inadmissibility may be due to:
- Health-related issues
- Criminal charges
- National security concerns
- No labor certification
- Fraud or material misrepresentation on your application
- Prior removals or unlawful presence
There are exceptions written into the law, where inadmissibility does not apply. For other grounds of inadmissibility, it may be possible for a person to obtain a waiver of that type of inadmissibility.
At the Law Office of Mark Kinzler, PC, we understand just how overwhelming applying for a waiver can be. We are dedicated to providing you with clear information and a strong plan to help you. Call our office at 512-402-7999 for a consultation.
How Do I Know If I Can Apply For An Exception?
An alien who is not eligible for admission into the U.S. as an immigrant or to adjust status in the U.S., and certain nonimmigrant applicants who are inadmissible, must file a form to seek a waiver of specific grounds of inadmissibility.
Exceptions for inadmissibility include situations where a person:
- Has been battered
- Has been abused
- Has experienced extreme cruelty
- has been a victim of human trafficking
- Is a minor
The complexities of immigration can seem endless. Attorney Mark Kinzler has dedicated his practice in Texas to help people find a way to realize their own goals of a better future. Mr. Kinzler is a lawyer who knows which waiver to file and can save you time, money and frustration.
What If I Am Living Here Illegally?
If you are living in the United States illegally, there may be a waiver available for your situation, but you may need a lawyer to get it approved.
Unlawful presence together with your specific situation, such as if you were previously removed for immigration violations but now have other qualifying conditions, requires an application for a particular waiver.
Mr. Kinzler has extensive experience with waivers of inadmissibility and can get your application filed correctly. Located in Austin, the Law Office of Mark Kinzler, PC, provides immigrants reliable legal representation. Call 512-402-7999 for assistance or email our firm today.