Do You Qualify For An Immigration Waiver?
The immigration system can seem arbitrary and incomprehensible. But, its specificity also means that there are numerous exceptions to the rules. In many cases, individuals with complex or otherwise extenuating circumstances are eligible for waivers that can ease the immigration process.
At Law Offices of Brian A. Barboza, our legal team takes time to sit down with you personally and evaluate your case. We identify the best path for you and your life, including reviewing possible waivers. Speak with us today at 707-304-5251.
Finding Your Best Path To Legal Residency
As an experienced attorney with roots in the community, Mr. Barboza is acutely aware of how important your immigration case is for your future. He will help you determine if any of the following are suitable:
- Waiver of inadmissibility: If you are inadmissible under current U.S. laws for a past offense or another disqualifying factor, you may be eligible for a waiver. This waiver is typically used for individuals with health considerations or who will be dependent upon a family member for long-term care.
- Waiver of unlawful presence in the United States: This form of waiver is the most common form of immigration waiver and typically applies to individuals who have spent time in the United States illegally but who have family petitioning for their entry or who experience severe circumstances at home that qualify as “extreme hardships.”
- Waivers of certain criminal grounds of inadmissibility: If you are ineligible for immigration due to a criminal history and have not committed a crime in over 15 years, you may be eligible for a waiver.
Our attorney offers a comprehensive review of your case. He will examine your situation to identify what waivers apply to your case and help prioritize your decisions with this new information in mind.
Our firm is based in Santa Rosa and offers immigration services to individuals and families across the region. To schedule a time to review your case, email our office today.