Provisional Waiver – I-601A – Waiver for Unlawful Presence in U.S. & Unlawful Entry:
Case #1: Our client enter the U.S. without inspection over 20 years ago and has been living in the U.S. with his U.S. citizen wife. He has been unable to adjust his status in the U.S. and get a green card because he had no proof of lawful entry. After the new provisional waiver process was announced, our clients hired us to file a provisional waiver for them. Under the provisional waiver process, immigrant spouses of U.S. citizens who require a waiver for unlawful presence and unlawful entry can file such waiver in the U.S. (without having to depart to their native country) and wait for the decision in the U.S. However, once the provisional waiver is approved, the immigrant spouse must depart the U.S. to get the approved immigrant visa (or green card) from the U.S. Embassy in their native country. Our client got his I-601A provisional waiver approved, returned to Mexico to retrieve his immigrant visa and has successfully re-enter the United States. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Case #2: Our client entered the U.S. with a C-1 (crewman visa) which is still considered entry without inspections. He is married to a U.S. citizen, has 3 young U.S. citizen children, owns a business and owns investment real estate. Our office prepared an extensive I-601A provisional waiver application after receiving a Form I-130 approval on the marriage to the U.S. citizen. We received an approval on the I-601A provisional waiver and client successfully went back to Guyana to retrieve his immigrant visa and returned to the United States without any problems. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
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