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waiver of grounds of inadmissibility
Waivers

What Is a Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility?

Has USCIS denied your application for adjustment of status? Or has a US consular officer abroad denied your request for an immigrant visa? If so, you may be eligible for a waiver of grounds of inadmissibility by filing Form I-601.

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I-130 with Provisional Waiver
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I-130 with Provisional Waiver

What is Provisional Waiver? For more than 7 years, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has permitted certain foreign citizens who have entered the country without a visa status or inspection by an immigration official to apply for a provisional unlawful presence waiver, also known as a stateside waiver. Before, foreign nationals hoping to obtain permanent residency through a U.S. citizen relative would have to leave the U.S. and apply for re-entry at the U.S. embassy in his or her home country.

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EB-2/PERM Processing/NIW Blog
Green Card

EB-2: PERM & NIW Processing

Foreign workers to be permanently hired at a company may seek an EB-2 green card. This green card will allow the individual to reside in the US for permanent work. Applicant must have one of the following qualifications in order to be eligible for an EB-2 green card:

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Travel Ban Waiver
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Travel Ban Waiver

One of the most controversial actions that President Trump has taken after being elected into the office is the travel ban. Issued on Sep. 24th, 2017, by Trump’s executive power, the travel ban prohibits all immigrants and certain nonimmigrants from Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen, and specific individuals from Venezuela from entering the United States.

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Visa Waiver Program and Tourist Visas
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Visa Waiver Program and Tourist Visas

Entering the US by applying for immigrant and non-immigrant visas can be a tricky, and complex, process. However, the process for entering as a tourist is much more straightforward and, for some, a tourist visa may not even be needed. The Visa Waiver Program allows for the citizens or nationals of certain countries to enter the US for tourism/business for up to 90 days by receiving an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). They will not require tourist visas. Those from countries not included in the Visa Waiver Program will have to still apply for a B visa (tourist visa to the US).

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