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What is the Difference Between an I-601 and I-601A Waiver?
What is the Difference Between an I-601 and I-601A Waiver?

Immigration Form I-601 can be filed to seek waiver of various grounds for inadmissibility for entry into the United States. In general, to be eligible for entry, a person must meet the definition of "admissible." There are several grounds for inadmissibility including: Ill ...

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Blog posts in 601 and 601A Waiver

  • Filing Form I-601 Seeking Waiver of Fraud or Misrepresentation Grounds for Inadmissibility

    To be eligible for entry into the United States, a person seeking to enter must meet the definition of "admissible" under US immigration laws. Failure ...

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  • What is the Difference Between Form I-601 and Form I-601A Waivers?

    Both Forms I-601 and I-601A are requests for waivers from the United States immigration services. They are similar. For example, for each form, it ...

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  • How to Get a Green Card If You Entered the U.S. Illegally?

    Those who enter the United States without approval from the Department of State enter illegally. Violating the terms of legal entry can result in ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Deportation

    Both documented and undocumented immigrants in the United States can be at risk of deportation. Being placed in removal proceedings can be a ...

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  • Who is Eligible for an Immigration Waiver?

    Individuals who have violated particular immigration laws may be able to rectify their situation through an immigration waiver. However, the process ...

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  • What Are Immigration Waivers and Why are They Needed?

    An immigration waiver offers “forgiveness” for a particular immigration violation, and there are many instances in which a waiver can remedy certain ...

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  • Understanding 212(c) Waivers

    In cases where a lawful permanent resident has been convicted of a criminal offense in the United States, and is facing removal proceedings initiated ...

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  • What is "Extreme Hardship" for Immigration Purposes?

    Because “extreme hardship” isn’t defined in the legal code, its meaning is interpreted based on the decisions made in Board and Federal courts. ...

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  • What is a "Conviction" for Immigration Purposes?

    Immigration and criminal law intersect an incredible amount. Unfortunately the definitions for both areas of law are not always the same. This is ...

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