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Who is Eligible for an Immigration Waiver?
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 can be complicated and not knowing how the law works can put you at a disadvantage when seeking clemency for your immigration ...

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Blog posts in Deportation

  • What is Cancellation of Removal?

    Being threatened with deportation is an extremely vulnerable situation — especially if you are unsure about what to do next. If you’ve received a ...

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  • I-212 Waiver Application

    Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States after Deportation or Removal What is an I-212 waiver? If you have been ...

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  • USCIS Expands Policy on Initiating Removal Proceedings

    United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a new Notice to Appear (NTA) policy memorandum on June 28, 2018, which provides ...

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  • How Do I Win a Deportation Case?

    Many immigrants, whether documented or undocumented, may be under the assumption that if the U.S. government wants to deport someone, there isn’t ...

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  • Asylum: The One-Year Application Rule and the Exceptions

    Have you arrived in the United States within the last year and not applied for asylum? If you have not applied for asylum yet, please note that the ...

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  • What is Pending Asylee Status?

    One of the most common misconception is that a person who came to the United States in some legal status (let’s say J1, F1 or B) can create a bridge ...

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  • Travel Ban General Overview

    Late 2017, the Trump administration revised the visa process to make it easier to deport U.S. residents or deny entry to people visiting the U.S. The ...

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  • Twin problems: How Pending Criminal Charges and Non-Citizenship Status Present Removability Problems, But Also Opportunities

    It’s frightening enough being suspected, investigated for or having been arrested for a crime. It’s doubly frightening when you’re not a US citizen, ...

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  • Is DACA Back?

    Post Trump, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (also known as DACA) has gone through several confusing phases. Yet, many have been asking us, ...

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