212 Waiver: How It Can Help Immigrants with Re-entry

Have you been previously deported? Are you scared that you may have exhausted all possible options to enter the U.S. again? Here’s one way to gain re-entry into the  United States! If you have been deported previously and are looking for a way to re-enter, then a 212 waiver may help you.

What is a 212 Waiver?

First, let’s define what this waiver is. A 212 waiver, also known as a waiver of inadmissibility, may be able to help individuals who have been previously deported to be able to enter the United States. This waiver can be used to waive certain grounds of inadmissibility, including those related to prior immigration violations or criminal convictions.

If you have been previously deported, you may be considered inadmissible to the United States and therefore unable to enter without a waiver. A 212 waiver can help to overcome this inadmissibility and allow you to enter the United States for a specific purpose, such as to reunite with family or to pursue employment or education opportunities.

How to Apply for a 212 Waiver

To apply for a 212 waiver, you will need to demonstrate that you meet certain eligibility criteria and provide evidence that your entry into the United States would not pose a threat to national security or public safety. This can include evidence of your rehabilitation since your prior deportation or criminal conviction, as well as documentation showing your ties to the United States, such as family relationships or job offers.

It’s important to note that the 212 waiver application process can be complex and time-consuming, and approval is not guaranteed. Working with our office can help you navigate the process and increase your chances of success.

Conclusion on the 212 Waiver

Overall, a 212 waiver can be a useful tool for individuals who have been previously deported and are seeking to enter the United States.

However, it’s important to carefully consider your individual circumstances and consult with an experienced immigration attorney before applying for a waiver to ensure that you fully understand the process and requirements involved.

Do you believe that you may qualify for a 212 Waiver? Why not call our office and see how we can help! Don’t worry, calling our offices is absolutely free! Dial 630-504-0648 today!

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