Archive for the ‘Waivers of Inadmissibility’ Category

SRW Border Lawyers Obtain I-601 Approval, without RFE, for Mexican National

2/13/2014 Written by SRW Lawyers

SRW Border Blog’s most recent Success Story is a prime example of how SRW Lawyers take great care in planning out a client’s case strategy to help them achieve their U.S. immigration goals. This Success Story highlights how SRW Lawyers helped our client navigate through Immigration Court, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services and the Dept. of [...]Read More >

Can a Canadian Citizen use Form I-192 to Waive Inadmissibility Under INA §212(a)(9)(A) [Alien previously removed]?

5/7/2013 Written by Nisha Fontaine

In short, yes.  While most applicants chose to file Form I-212, Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal, to waive their previous removal order (whether it be an order of expedited removal under INA §235, a removal order from an Immigration Judge or a voluntary departure order [...]Read More >

New Process Begins for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers

3/4/2013 Written by SRW Lawyers

Beginning today, certain visa applicants who are the immediate relatives of US citizens and who are seeking a waiver of inadmissibility only for unlawful presence can start applying for provisional unlawful presence waivers through a new process. This new process will allow individuals to apply for a provisional unlawful presence waiver before departing the U.S. [...]Read More >

DHS Creates New Process for Provisonal Unlawful Presence Waiver

1/11/2013 Written by SRW Lawyers

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has developed a new procedure that will allow qualifying immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen to apply for a provisional waiver while they are still in the United States before departing for their immigrant visa interviews abroad. USCIS anticipates that this new procedure will drastically reduce the amount of [...]Read More >

The Admissibility Review Office (ARO) Seeks to Implement Impractical/ Unworkable Policy for Those Canadian’s Requiring I-192 Waivers

9/26/2012 Written by SRW Lawyers

Until recently, Canadians with approved I-192 waivers for business (B-1) or pleasure (B-2) could also use these waivers to enter the United States for other non-immigrant purposes (TN, L-1, H-1B, O-1, F-1, J-1, etc.). Recently however, the Admissibility Review Office (ARO), which adjudicates these types of waiver applications, is seeking to require that Canadian applicants [...]Read More >