Waivers: Protecting Yourself from Deportation
Immigration Attorney in Cleveland
Did you know there are waivers available to those who are facing deportation?
If you are at risk of being deported, then you may benefit from obtaining
the legal guidance of a dedicated Ohio immigration lawyer from
Robert Brown LLC The deportation process can be lengthy, and you may be able to use that
time to your advantage. If you are eligible to qualify for a waiver, then
an attorney from our firm can assist you. Some common forms of waivers
for immigration include:
This waiver is a discretionary waiver that is granted by an immigration
judge. A 212(c) waiver allows permanent residents, such as green card
holders, to be placed into exclusion or stop deportation processing. To
qualify for this waiver, you must be in good standing in the U.S. and
not have been convicted of criminal acts, terrorism, or felony weapons offenses.
A waiver 212(i) will allow you to reenter the United States after deportation.
Normally, deportations include
bars to prevent your return to the States, some of which last as long as 10
to 20 years. With the approval a 212(i) waiver, however, you may be able
to return sooner. To apply, you may need to retain the guidance of an
attorney and schedule a consular interview along with filing for a waiver 601(i).
Were you convicted of a crime? It may be hard to obtain legal status or
avoid deportation; however, a waiver 212(h) may be able to help you. If
you are a dependent, such as a wife, husband, child, or parent of a person
who already has lawful permanent residence or U.S. citizenship and would
suffer immense hardship by your deportation, then you may be eligible
for this waiver.
Obtaining a Waiver
There are a lot of specifics and regulations that go into obtaining a waiver
from the United States government to prevent deportation. If you are facing
deportation or know that deportation proceedings will be taking place
for you shortly, then it is imperative that you contact Robert Brown LLC.
With the guidance of one of our dedicated lawyers, you will be able to
stop the deportation process.
Contact us today to speak with an immigration lawyer.