Waivers

We believe that everyone is entitled to a second chance.

Unfortunately, in immigration law, that cannot be accomplished without a fight. There are many waivers available for those that have committed immigration infractions. These include:

  • 212(h) waiver for those convicted of certain crimes
  •  I-601 waiver for those that accrued unlawful presence in the United States
  •  212(a)(1)(H) waiver for those that committed visa fraud
  •  212(c) waiver for those convicted of an Aggravated Felony before 1996
  •  I-212 waiver for those that have been ordered deported
  • A new provisional waiver which allows those who entered unlawfully and subsequently married a US Citizen to have their waivers adjudicated while in the United States. This waiver significantly shorted the waiting time in their home countries for consular processing.
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Most waivers require that the petitioner demonstrate extreme hardship to a US Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident family member. The law says that the normal hardships associated with deportation are not enough to meet this standard. In other words, proving that the family members will miss each other is not enough.

The attorneys at Alexandre Law Firm will go through great lengths to ensure that you present your best case when requesting a hardship waiver. This involves several comprehensive meetings with clients to learn their story inside out and to present it in a way that meets the legal elements required for success. We apply the law to your facts through detailed memorandums to let the adjudicating officer know that tearing your family apart is not an option under the law.

Let us help you unite your family!

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