Do you need a waiver for your immigration case? Sometimes, what seems like a simple matter of applying for a family-based green-card can become far more complicated that you initially thought if you have certain criminal history. Facing the dreaded "Request for Evidence" (RFE), you might even feel overwhelmetd and stressed out by having to send a response to the immigration service (USCIS) by the deadline in the RFE. However, with the help of an experienced, board-certified immigration lawyer, you can often apply for a waiver and win the right to stay in the United States with a green cardh. The Law Office of John M. Bray, PLLC, is here to help you. We are located in Dallas, TX.
With any case involving a family-based immigrant visa or green card, there are multiple waivers available to cover a broad array of what the Immigration and Nationality Act calls "grounds of inadmissibility." Essentially, grounds of inadmissibility are reasons why the U.S. government will deny your request for a visa or a green card. Often, these grounds of inadmissibility are related to criminal history or past immigration violations, but they can also come up whenever the you have certain health conditions, where you were previously here on a J-1 exchange visa, or where the immigration service believes that you have either lied or made a misrepresentation. To fix these issues in our clients case, we have used the following waivers:
Whatever method is best for your case, you can rely on our capable immigration attorneys. The Law Office of John M. Bray, PLLC, takes on even the most complex immigration waiver cases that other lawyers avoid.