Waivers Of Inadmissibility

There are numerous ways a foreign citizen may be inadmissible to the U.S. It may preclude them from obtaining an immigration benefit.

The following list contains several examples of classes of inadmissibility:

  • previous removal from the U.S.
  • unlawful presence in the U.S.
  • presence in the U.S. without admission
  • failure to attend a removal proceeding
  • fraud and misrepresentation
  • abuse of student visa
  • multiple criminal convictions
  • crimes involving moral turpitude
  • violation of Controlled Substance Act and others.

Almost every type of inadmissibility has a corresponding immigration waiver available.

Please contact us for more specific information.