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Section 237(a)(1)(H) Waiver: Relief From Removal/Deportation Based on Fraud
Section 237(a)(1)(H) Waiver: Relief From Removal/Deportation Based on Fraud

If a person is subject to removal/deportation proceedings on the basis of fraud or misrepresentations, and the person was already granted permanent residency, there is a waiver that can be sought under INS § 237(a)(1)(H). The eligibility requirements are: The persons seeking ...

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Blog posts in Waivers

  • 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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  • The National Interest Waiver and the Three Prong Test

    Employment is a common method used by foreign nationals to obtain lawful permanent resident ("LPR") status in the United States. Typically, the ...

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  • INA 212(d)(3)(a) Waiver for Previous Overstay by Non-Immigrants

    Unlawful presence in the United States can lead to a person being deemed inadmissible. Unlawful presence means being in the United States without ...

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  • 237(a)(1)(H) Fraud Waiver

    Under US immigration laws and regulations, persons seeking entry can be denied entry if they commit fraud by making false statements. False statements ...

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  • Can I Get Married on a Tourist Visa to a U.S. Citizen?

    Getting Married on a Tourist Visa Yes, you can get married in the U.S. while on a B-1/B-2 tourist visa or a visa waiver program . However, coming to ...

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  • Home Residency Requirement Waiver

    Foreign medical graduates have the option of entering the United States with an H-1B visa in order to provide care, as part of a medical training ...

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  • 212(d)(3) Waivers Of Inadmissibility For Non-Immigrants

    Under the Immigration and Nationality Act §212(a)(6)(C)(i), "any alien who by fraud or willfully misrepresenting a material fact seeks to procure (or ...

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  • Misrepresentation Waivers – How To Apply For A 212(i) Waiver

    Filling out applications for immigration benefits can be a difficult and stressful experience. It is not uncommon to make mistakes or to misrepresent ...

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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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