Applying for a I-601 Waiver in Wakefield
Advice & Representation from Our Immigration Lawyer
If you or a loved one are found to be inadmissible, there is still hope
for gaining legal status and avoiding the three and ten year bar from
reentering the United States. Under certain circumstances, a waiver of
inadmissibility can be obtained, helping families stay together and immigrants
get the ball rolling toward permanent residency.
Our Wakefield immigration Attorney at DiSisto Law, P.C.
can review your case and explain your options when it comes to approving
of a waiver of inadmissibility.
Contact our firm online today or call us at 781.819.0700.
Learn How to Obtain a I-601 Waiver
For those without a waiver, leaving the United States results in being
barred from returning. The amount of time of the ban can be either three
or ten years depending on the time the person was in the United States
Obtaining a waiver can hinge on a number of circumstances. It can be a
complex process and unforeseen complications can make it overwhelming
for all involved. One vital part of the process of gaining approval for
a waiver of inadmissibility is to prove extreme hardship will be suffered
to a qualifying U.S. relative if the waiver is denied. Proving hardship
can be a difficult task for families.
Proving extreme hardship may require various types of documentation, such as:
- Financial statements
- Letters from community members
- Other evidence or interviews
Our Wakefield immigration attorney knows how to overcome the challenges
of your case and prepare your family for the process. With Attorney DiSisto
on your side, you can be sure the best possible outcome will be obtained
and your best interests will be honored.
Start by setting up a
free 15-minute consultation, when you call