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Filing Form I-601 Seeking Waiver of Fraud or Misrepresentation Grounds for Inadmissibility
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 to satisfy the definition of "admissibility" will be grounds for refusing entry. These are generally called grounds for ...

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