he United States Attorney General can “waive” or forgive certain grounds of inadmissibility or deportability. Most people refer to these as “pardons”.
One type of immigration waiver requires that you prove that your spouse or parent will suffer an extreme hardship if you are not allowed to live in the United States or that the U.S. citizen spouse will suffer extreme hardship if he or she is forced to live in your home country. Waivers in other situations will also consider the effect of your absence, move or separation on your children as well.
Waivers or “pardons” of criminal behavior or immigration violations can vary depending upon your current immigration status, the nature of the violation or criminal charge, your spouse’s or child’s immigration status, home country conditions or sometimes even health conditions.
The Immigration and Nationality Act lists various grounds for which a person is ineligible to receive a visa or gain entry into the United States. Some of these grounds include:
The Los Angeles immigration waiver lawyers at Ronzio & Associates have extensive experience assisting clients seeking immigration waivers. Our lawyers have helped many clients achieve waivers in cases involving criminal convictions, removals, unlawful presence and other immigration violations. For information about waivers, contact one of our immigration waiver attorneys in Los Angeles by calling 866.441.1458 or email us today.
Our immigration waiver law firm is dedicated exclusively to immigration and nationality law. Our attorneys represent and advise clients worldwide with their immigration waiver needs, including a large number of people from Spanish-speaking countries such as Mexico, Argentina, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.
If you have already been deported from the United States, or have accrued unlawful presence in the U.S., it is critical to retain a lawyer experienced in waiver requests. Ronzio & Associates has the knowledge and experience to seek a waiver on your behalf in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
Our immigration waiver law firm is founded on the trust of our clients, many of whom send their friends, family, and co-workers to us. To speak with one of our immigration waiver lawyers, call Ronzio & Associates in Los Angeles, California. We offer a free consultation and Spanish service is available. For assistance, call 213-384-3250 or contact us online.