Waivers & Appeals
Many times, those who have entered the U.S. without papers or who committed certain crimes need a waiver in order to receive a green card. These waivers are based on hardship to the person’s family members and other discretionary factors. Waivers are especially important to a case because a denied waiver can mean 10 years waiting outside of the U.S. to become eligible for a green card or it can mean deportation from the U.S.
We can determine whether a waiver is needed in your case and we can help you prepare the most effective waiver possible. If you had an application denied or lost your case in immigration court you may have the option to appeal the decision. Often the time period to appeal is limited, so it is important that you contact an immigration lawyer quickly after receiving a denial. We look forward to helping you fight your case on appeal.