Posts Categorized: Waivers

USCIS New Policy on “Reason to Believe” for I-601A Provisional Waivers

The I-601A provisional waiver, a cousin to the I-601 Extreme Hardship waiver, was implemented in March 2013 for foreign relatives of US citizens (spouses, children, or parents). It is only applicable to those foreign nationals standing in the US and to those for whom the sole ground of inadmissibility is unlawful presence. Those with a… Read more »

A Brief Summary on Waivers in Immigration Law

Immigration law can be really confusing especially about the topic of “waivers” or pardons. There are different waivers for different problems. This is a very basic outline of the common waivers foreign nationals need to apply for and does not reflect all waivers available or specific details or exceptions. I-601 Extreme Hardship Waiver The most… Read more »