Some foreign nationals might not be immediately eligible to receive a green card or even a nonimmigrant visa. Certain individuals who are inadmissible to the United States and are seeking an immigrant visa, adjustment of status, certain nonimmigrant visas or certain other immigration benefits, may seek a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility.
An USCIS or consular officer may find a person ineligible to receive a visa due to previous immigration violations, criminal grounds, previous orders of deportation or removal, among other reasons. A person, who has been deemed ineligible for a visa, must first determine if a waiver is available for his or her grounds of inadmissibility. Unfortunately, some grounds of inadmissibility cannot be overcome and some foreign nationals are permanently barred from obtaining a visa to the United States.
If an immigration or consular officer has found you inadmissible and requires you to file a waiver of inadmissibility, contact our office to determine the best course of action in your case.
Immigration attorney Jorge L. Delgado can help you determine whether or not a waiver can help you solve your immigration problems. Moreover, attorney Jorge L. Delgado can represent you and advise you throughout the application process.