Connecticut Immigration Waiver Lawyers
If you overstayed a visa, committed immigration fraud, or were deported and need to re-enter the U.S., relief is available through an immigration waiver. An immigration waiver can get you a green card if your immigration status was terminated. The immigration waiver lawyers at M.C. Law Group can assist you in applying for an immigration waiver.
Consult with the experienced immigration waiver lawyers at M.C. Law Group to learn more about immigration waivers. Our immigration attorneys regularly handle complicated waiver cases, and will find the immigration waiver suitable for your situation.
The immigration waiver lawyers at M.C. Law Group will work with you throughout your case, and will use effective legal strategies to get your waiver request approved. As a full-service immigration and nationality law firm, M.C. Law attorneys can suggest additional solutions for your immigration issues.
Call the qualified immigration waiver lawyers at M.C. Law Group today to discuss a waiver. To schedule an appointment, or speak with an attorney for a FREE telephonic case evaluation, please contact our office at (203) 680-3082, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. M.C. Law Group is located at 2 Post Road, Fairfield, Connecticut, and we have a satellite office located at 440 Main Street, on the second floor, in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
New Obama Provisional Immigration Waiver
Beginning March 4, 2013, new immigration relief will be available for certain individuals who have been found inadmissible due to unlawful presence in the United States. The Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver was announced January 2, 2013, and will reduce the time U.S. citizens are separated from their inadmissible relatives.
Currently, immigrants who are inadmissible due to unlawful presence must leave the United States in order to apply for a new immigrant visa in their country of origin. This separation often inflicts extreme hardship on their immediate U.S. citizen relatives.
Under the provisional waiver, immigrants must still depart the U.S. for the consular immigrant visa process, however the amount of time they will be separated from their U.S. citizen relative will be reduced.
To qualify for the Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver, an immigrant must meet specific criteria. First, they must be inadmissible only on account of unlawful presence. Next, the inadmissible immigrant must be the immediate relative (parent, child, or spouse) of a U.S. citizen. Lastly, the inadmissible immigrant must be able to demonstrate that denial of the waiver would result in extreme hardship for their U.S. citizen immediate relative.
To learn more about this new immigration relief, and to see whether you qualify, contact our offices today at (203) 680-3082 for a FREE case evaluation.