Waiver for Re-entry after Deportation:
Case#1: Our office represented a U.S. wife seeking an immigrant visa for her husband. Her husband, now living in Haiti, was previously in the U.S. and was removed/deported to Haiti after a denied asylum application. We filed Form I-130 on behalf of the married couple and prepared a waiver package for Form I-601 and Form I-212 seeking permission for re-entry into the United States. Our clients received an approval on Form I-601 and Form I-212 and returned to the United States. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Case #2: We represented a young lady from St. Lucia who entered the United States at age 5 and remained unlawfully in the U.S. while her family sought asylum. The asylum case was denied and a removal/deportation order was issued by the immigration court. However, the entire family remained in the U.S. and did not return to St. Lucia. Immigration officers detained the entire family and deported our client to St. Lucia. Our client had an immigration petition filed by her U.S. citizen husband and our office filed a I-601 and I-212 waiver seeking her re-entry to the United States. The waivers were approved and our client returned to the U.S. to be reunited with her husband. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Case #3: We filed a waiver seeking re-entry after prior removal/deportation for a client who was married to a U.S. citizen at the time of her removal/deportation from the U.S. She was deported to St. Lucia and lived in St. Lucia while her U.S. husband served in the U.S. Navy – they were separated for over 3 years while we filed immigration petitions and waivers seeking her return to the U.S. The I-601 and I-212 waivers were both approved and our client returned to the U.S. and is now living with her U.S. citizen husband. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
Waiver for Fraudulent Misrepresentation:
Case #4: Our client previously presented a fraudulent marriage certificate to the U.S. Embassy when seeking a tourist visa. Of course, he was never issued the tourist visa but 10 years later his U.S. citizen wife filed a family-based immigration petition for him to get a green card. When he went for his interview at the U.S. Embassy for his immigrant visa (or green card), he was required to file a waiver in order to qualify for the immigrant visa (or green card). Our office worked closely with his family to gather evidence to prove extreme hardship and the submitted waiver was approved. Our client is in New York and united with his family. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in this case, CLICK HERE.
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Waiver for Prior Unlawful Presence in U.S. & Waiver for Crime Committed in Native Country:
Case #5: Our office represented a client in Haiti who was previously living in the U.S. unlawfully and returned to Haiti to process for his immigrant visa at the U.S. Embassy. He was required to file a waiver for re-entry because his previous unlawful presence in the U.S. banned him from returning to the U.S. for 10 years. Similarly, we represented a client in Jamaica who was required to file a waiver for re-entry because he committed a crime in Jamaica that made him inadmissible to the U.S. In both cases, we successfully filed waivers and both clients were approved and are living in the U.S. To view the redacted copies of our winning decision in these case, CLICK HERE.
Waiver Approval for misrepresentation to U.S. Government and unlawful presence in U.S.: CLICK HERE
Waiver Approval for unlawful presence in the U.S. then departure from U.S. – CLICK HERE