Orlando Immigration Lawyer
Dowell Law, P.A. helps individuals obtain waivers for inadmissibilities that threaten to keep them out of the United States or keep them from adjusting status to that of legal permanent resident. Our immigration lawyers believe you shouldn’t have to suffer indefinitely for something in your past or for a something that is beyond your control. We will support you in your effort to have the slate wiped clean so you can realize your U.S. immigration goal.
What makes a person ineligible, requiring a waiver of inadmissibility?
Many grounds for inadmissibility exist in U.S. immigration law. Most involve something a person has done that takes them afoul of the laws established by the U.S. Congress, but some are for things beyond a person’s control, such as certain health issues. Section 212(a) of INA lists the grounds that make a person ineligible to receive a visa or admission to the U.S. (which includes adjustment of status), which are categorized in the areas of: Health-related grounds; Criminal and related grounds; Security and related grounds; Persons who would be a public charge; Illegal entrants and immigration violators; Persons lacking certain documentation; Persons who are ineligible for citizenship; Persons who have been deported from the U.S.; and “Miscellaneous.” Some of the more commonly encountered grounds of ineligibility include:
- Drug abuser or addict, one who has engaged in non-medical use of a controlled substance
- Crimes involving moral turpitude
- Controlled substance violator
- Multiple criminal convictions
- Fraud and misrepresentation in a U.S. immigration matter
- Student visa abuser
- Aliens previously deported
- Aliens unlawfully present in the U.S.
- Visa Overstay
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Give us a call today to see how we can help you obtain a waiver of inadmissibility.