When Immigration Waivers Are Necessary
Waivers are required when an applicant for citizenship, lawful permanent residence, or US visa has committed an act that might deem them inadmissible according to US immigration laws.
These acts are not necessarily criminal and there are a variety of other acts, reasons, and instances that require waivers. Waivers are a separate form that have to be filled out and submitted to USCIS for processing. If the applicant was involved in any minor criminal offense, which can make him ineligible to be a citizen or LPR, he can obtain a waiver from the USCIS website. This waiver will allow the applicant to become admissible for citizenship. Hence, it will ease his path and secure his future.
It is suggested that the applicant should submit their waiver forms at the same time they are submitting the other immigrant or non-immigrant status applications to the USCIS. Our law firm provides proper guidance with waivers that can increase the chances of acceptance of your application. We provide complete support at every step, never leaving you alone or without an option.
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Under any of the below-mentioned conditions, an applicant is eligible for a waiver. The waiver is in place to provide some relief to the applicant. In case of a serious criminal offense like murder, drugs, or rape, no waiver shall be granted to the applicant under any circumstances.