Waivers

Helping undocumented immigrants is what Motion Law do best.

Phoenix, AZ Immigration Waivers Attorney

The immigration attorneys at Motion Law have years of experience in handling waiver cases. Some immigrants need a waiver because they engaged in certain conduct outside the country which makes them inadmissible to the United States. Others may have engaged in certain conduct that causes the US government to initiate removal proceedings against them. Both classes of immigrants may be eligible for certain types of waivers. Motion Law has many years of experience in representing clients with both types of waivers.

 

 

Unlawful Presence Waiver

Spouses and children of US citizens and lawful permanent residents who have unlawfully entered the country and accumulated unlawful presence, may be eligible to apply for a provisional waiver to waive unlawful presence. Under this waiver, you can only waive the unlawful presence. If you have other grounds of inadmissibility like a criminal conviction, this waiver is not for you. This is a favorable waiver for spouses or children of United States citizens as it permits them to continue to reside with their families until the waiver is approved before departing the country for a visa interview at a US Embassy in your country. We have successfully worked with families who, after the waiver, travelled to their country for about two weeks before they were issued the immigrant visa.

It is extremely important to be honest with your attorney before starting this unlawful presence waiver as any facts unknown to your attorney, like recreational marijuana use, certain medical conditions, or past immigration history can cause your visa to be denied.

These waivers involve interviews with lay or expert witnesses and review of many documents to shape your hardship narrative specifically to you. Motion Law will guide you through every step in the process and use our best faith efforts to help you present your case. We know how stressful these processes can be for you and your family. Our mission is to successfully secure your waiver for you.

Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility

You may have different grounds of inadmissibility other than unlawful presence. Whether your grounds of inadmissibility are in relation to criminal history, a prior removal order, fraud or misrepresentation, our team of expert immigration attorneys are here to help you. We know how difficult the waivers cases can be to prove, so let Motion Law ease your concerns.

However not all grounds of inadmissibility may be waived, so before your spend a lot of time and resources, consult with an experienced attorney to see if you are eligible for a waiver under the law.

Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States

If you are seeking to apply for permission to re-apply for admission into the US after being ordered deported or removed, you could be eligible to apply for a waiver after being ordered removed. This is a very complicated process that needs the help of an expert immigration attorney. Motion Law's experienced immigration attorneys possess the knowledge and skills to help you with complex waiver cases.

Do you need the help of an expert immigration waivers attorney?

Don't hesitate to contact Motion Law. We have helped many people in the same situation as you. Contact us today for your FREE consultation.

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