Apply For A Hardship Waiver In The USA Before Traveling To Your Country For Your Visa Appointment.

Posted by on Jan 7, 2013 in Immigration Law | 0 comments

New Stateside Waiver Rule: Apply For A Waiver In The USA Before Traveling To Your Country For Your Visa Appointment.

Under the new rule, you can apply for a waiver right here in the USA and know whether or not such waiver will be approved before you leave the country to attend your visa appointment in your country of origin. This new process decreases significantly the amount of time that immigrants have to spend away from their families.  You qualify for this new process if you are:

1. The spouse or child over the age of 17 but under 21 of a United States citizen;

2. A candidate for consular processing in order to get an immigrant visa;

3. Subject to one of the unlawful presence bars;

4. Not disqualified due to a serious crime, fraudulent acts, or a previous deportation order;

5. Currently living in the United States;

6.  Able to show that denial of the waiver would result in extreme hardship to your U.S. citizen spouse or parent;  and

6. Not in deportation proceedings.

Note: Even under this new rule, you are still required to leave the United States to attend your visa interview abroad. Please call Sokpoh Law Group at 402-858-2020  or visit www.scolawgroup.com for more information.

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