Depending on the inadmissibility issue, there are many factors that must be established to qualify for the I-601 waiver. Contact attorney Yunuen Mora to analyze your case.
I-212 Permission to Reapply for Admission
If you were deported, or you have multiple immigration violations, or you were convicted of an aggravated felony, you need to apply for this waiver. You must establish different factors depending on your unique circumstances.
On July 2016, the Department of Homeland Security introduced an opportunity to apply for I-212 for individuals who were in removal proceedings and were granted voluntary departure, but they never left the United States. These individuals qualify to file the I-212 within the United States to then apply for the I-601A waiver for unlawful presence. Once both waivers are approved, these individuals can safely travel to their country of origin for their visa interview.
If you believe you qualify for a waiver, please contact attorney Yunuen Mora so she can help you with this complex process.