Waivers of Inadmissibility

There are about sixteen different types of waivers available. Depending on the immigration violation, you can use one or more waivers to support your case. If a person enters the U.S. without being inspected and admitted or overstays his/her visa and accrues more than six (6) months or more than one (1) year of unlawful […]

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Employment-Based Immigrant Visas

Outstanding Professor/Researcher or National Interest Waiver-Which is the best option for you? Should a native of Japan apply under the EB-1B Outstanding Professor/ Researcher category or under the EB-2 National Interest Waiver?  The answer is that if the individual qualfiies under both categories, it is best to apply under the EB-2 NIW category.  This is

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The Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver

The Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver is the least talked about type of waiver, but it is extremely valuable for a few reasons. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) §212(d)(3)(A) allows foreign nationals who are outside of the United States to file a waiver of inadmissibility at a consular office. The §212(d)(3) bar, like others, is discretionary.

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Trump Is Our New President. What Can You Do Right Now To Fix Your Immigration Status?

Many people did not think it would happen, but, on Tuesday, November 9th, Donald Trump was elected our 45th President of the United States. In the past, you may have been told to wait for “immigration reform.” Well, the immigration reform that might have come under Hillary Clinton’s administration is probably not going to happen

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