There is a book full of reasons why you may not be able to apply for or renew a visa or green card — violated an immigration law, deportation, expired visa, or you were charged with a crime — and many people fear that this means the hope of obtaining naturalization is all but gone. However, immigration waivers exist to help qualifying immigrants to have this decision overturned. An immigration waiver is a legal pardon that may allow you to apply for and be approved for a visa, green card, or naturalization. Join us in today’s post as we discuss some of the specific waivers that are available.
NATURALIZATION IS NEVER OUT OF THE QUESTION
As with anything in life, naturalization as a legal US citizen is governed by clearly defined laws. However, just like every other law, exceptions may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Here are some of the specific waivers that you may be eligible for if your request for a visa, green card, or naturalization has been denied.
Waiver after removal
A waiver after removal is a waiver that is available to those immigrants who have been removed from the United States and have been assigned a mandatory wait time for readmission based on the reason for removal and are applying for readmission before the mandatory wait time has lapsed. These waivers can be approved if you can prove that your intentions for entry are good and you have a good reason to enter, such as asylum, your family lives in the United States, or you have valid employment in the United States.