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Waivers of Inadmissibility

Waivers of Inadmissibility

Have you been deemed inadmissible to the United States?

When applying for a visa, a green card, or other form of immigration document, there are many complications that can arise. There are factors about a person's record that can cause someone to become ineligible for a certain visa, indluding, among others:

  • Health condition
  • Criminal record
  • Security violations
  • False claims of U.S. Citizenship

Because of this, it is very important that you seek the legal aid of a Miami immigration attorney to help you throughout your application process. If you are deemed inadmissible, there are options available; one of these is a waiver of inadmissibility.

A waiver of inadmissibility is a document that is presented to the court within 30 days of the court ruling, and it is essentially an application to nullify the ruling of inadmissibility. While there are many circumstantial reasons that can exclude someone from eligibility to enter the United States, there are many ways to combat this evidence. Health, criminal record, security violations, and even falsely claiming U.S. citizenship can cause someone to be ineligible for admissibility.

Miami Attorney Handling Waivers of Inadmissibility

If you or a loved one has been deemed inadmissible into the United States based on health issues, security violations, and criminal record or even if you have falsely claimed U.S. citizenship, there are options and possibilities available to you. A Miami immigration lawyer from Pozo Goldstein, LLP will be able to help you throughout your case. Our firm has over 90 years of combined experience, some of which are as a former judge as well as former immigration prosecuting attorneys. We have the experience and skill it takes to win any immigration case that comes our way.

Want to discuss your case? Contact a Miami immigration attorney from Pozo Goldstein, LLP today.