Many clients find that they are inadmissible to the United States due to prior immigration violations or even criminal conduct. For clients with inadmissibility grounds who wish to visit the United States with a nonimmigrant visa including a visitor or work visa, we can file a nonimmigrant visa waiver which will waive the ground of inadmissibility and allow the client to enter the United States. Almost all inadmissibility grounds may be waived by the nonimmigrant visa waiver, however, a successful waiver application must be approved by a DHS officer in a discretionary decision. Proper formulation of a waiver application is essential in obtaining the waiver. The more serious the criminal or immigration violation is, the more difficult it is to obtain the waiver. Nonimmigrant waiver applicants do not need to have a compelling need to travel to the United States; their purpose in traveling could be for leisure or business.
On many occasions, through the expert use of the proper waiver applications, we have successfully brought clients back to the United States after they were deported. Applicants for lawful permanent residence may obtain waivers of certain criminal conduct, immigration fraud, unlawful presence, and other immigration violations by showing extreme hardship to their lawful permanent resident or US citizen spouses or parents. Criminal waivers applicants may also show extreme hardship to their children, however serious criminal convictions may make an applicant ineligible to apply for a waiver. Extreme hardship can be shown by long residency in the United States, strong family ties in the US, and medical issues that can’t be properly treated in the client’s home country. Waivers are a complex area of immigration law which should be handled by an experienced immigration attorney. Please contact Managing Partner Michael Wildes at Michael@wildeslaw.com with any waiver questions you may have.
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Our client David came to us after spending more than three years stuck in the immigration court morass with another attorney. His individual hearing wasn’t scheduled to occur for over a year, and he thought it might get pushed off...David E. Date : June 8, 2022
Josh Wildes and Yoni Jonas are amazing! We sought Wildes & Weinberg help because our application for naturalization was taking a long time and seemed to be stuck in the system indefinitely. Within two weeks of submitting our paperwork to...Daniela Bustamante Date : June 1, 2022
Michael Wildes and the rest of the team at Wildes & Weinberg were tremendously helpful in navigating us through the complexities of the immigration process. We are really happy with their service and would 100% recommend them to anyone looking...Alan Herskowich and Nicole Woroszylski Date : May 26, 2022
Michael and his team are very professional and they always deliver. If you're looking to hire the best possible immigration law firm, you don't have to look any further, Wildes & Weinberg is the one.Nick Holmstren Date : January 7, 2022
Walter Gottschalk and Michael Wildes at Wildes & Weinberg P.C Law Offices have been fantastic partners in our immigration journey. They were professional and helpful. I would recommend them without hesitation.Bruno Caron and Melanie St. Amour Date : December 2, 2021
I have had the pleasure of working with Michael and his team for the past years through work visa applications and, most recently, a permanent resident application, all of them with a successful outcome. I can't thank them enough for...Lilian Ortiz Date : October 20, 2021
I have had the pleasure of working with Michael Wildes and his team for several years. Through an E3 Australian work visa and spousal Green card application and approvals. Michael together with each one of his attorneys and assistants are...Esti Albo Date : April 20, 2021