Certain persons may be denied admission into the U.S. unless they qualify for a waiver of inadmissibility and it is granted.
The following are the most common types of waivers:
- Aliens not in possession of valid documents;
- A lawful permanent resident assisting in smuggling of a family member;
- J-1 waiver of 2 year foreign residency requirement;
- Certain Health-related grounds;
- Extreme hardship waivers for crimes involving:
- Moral turpitude
- Two or more crimes
- Diplomats who assert immunity
- Single offenses of simple possession of 30 grams or less or marijuana
Attorney De Luna will review each case to determine whether a waiver of inadmissibility is necessary and to find if the individual is eligible for a waiver.