When undocumented immigrants who did not lawfully enter the United States marry U.S. citizens, they can apply for their green cards (permanent residency). But, normally, they have to leave the United States and apply for residency through a U.S. consulate. This can cause problems when applicants have stayed in the U.S. for more than one year prior to returning to their countries of origin. Criminal or immigration violations can also cause problems, and can result in findings of inadmissibility by the U.S. Government.
In many of these instances, waivers of inadmissibility exist that can overcome admissibility hurdles. These waivers are typically filed with the particular U.S. consulate that schedules the interview and/or issues the finding of inadmissibility.
If you are considering leaving the country in order to apply for your green card, working with an attorney to identify all of the hazards, and all of the potential solutions, is of the utmost importance. A waiver of inadmissibility may be necessary in your case, and skilled preparation of the waiver is often much more important than filing the petition or the application. We can help.
Receiving the right advice from qualified immigration lawyers can make all of the difference. At the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green, we are focused on keeping families together, and if we believe that applying for an immigration benefit is the wrong thing to do, we will give you the honest truth, which may be the best advice you ever receive.
If you are dealing with any of these issues, we are here to help.
Phoenix And Tucson, Arizona, Immigration Waivers Lawyer
With more than a decade of experience, there is no immigration issue for which our team and attorney at the Tucson, Arizona, Green | Evans-Schroeder are not prepared. We strongly encourage you to reach out as soon as possible to schedule an initial consultation.
To schedule an initial consultation to discuss any immigration issue with our Tucson consular waivers lawyer, call (520) 882-8852 toll free at (877) 882-8852 or email the firm.