Immigration Waivers Lawyer in Santa Ana
A Proven Track Record of Success, Serving Orange County
The Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi is here to help you achieve your immigration goals. We take pride in handling every case with care and demonstrate an unmatched dedication to our clients. Our skilled attorney assists foreign nationals seeking immigration waivers in Santa Ana.
We can help you file for:
- Waivers of Grounds of Inadmissibility
- Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers
Get a free consultation for your immigration case by calling (714) 619-9303 today.
Waivers of Grounds of Inadmissibility
It is no secret that not everyone who wishes to enter and remain the U.S. will be allowed to. There are several ways that a foreign national can be deemed inadmissible.
Common categories of inadmissibility include:
- National security
- Public charge
- Criminal activity
- Lack of labor certification
- Unlawful presence
- Prior removals
- Fraud and misrepresentation
If you have been found inadmissible to the United States, all hope is not lost. Under certain circumstances, you may be able to waive your grounds of inadmissibility. Exceptions are often made for immigrants who are minors and those who have been victims of trafficking, battery, abuse, or extreme cruelty.
The requirements you must meet for a waiver depend on your particular grounds of inadmissibility. Working with an experienced immigration lawyer can ensure that you meet the criteria to apply and that your paperwork is correctly prepared and filed.
Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers
If you have entered the U.S. unlawfully, you may still have the opportunity to apply for a green card. To do so, you will need to leave the United States to adjust your status and apply for an immigrant visa in your home country. However, doing so would cause problems for you getting back into the country.
The Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver is designed to help individuals facing this situation. Immigrants who have sponsorship from a U.S. citizen can petition for a waiver of unlawful presence and leave the U.S. to attend a consular interview. Then, they can return to the country as a lawful permanent resident following approval of their visa application.
Call Our Santa Ana Waivers Lawyer
Learn about your options for immigration waivers by contacting the Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi today. Get started right away with a free consultation and benefit from our extensive knowledge of immigration laws and requirements.
For straightforward legal advice and dependable representation, reach out to Attorney Sholeh Iravantchi at (714) 619-9303 now.
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