Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility
Not everyone who wishes to enter the United States or adjust their current status will be allowed to do so. People who are barred from participating in either of these actions are known as inadmissible.
Actions, statuses, or circumstances that could make you considered to be inadmissible include:
- Serious criminal convictions
- Criminal charges in the US or your home country
- Detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Even if you are deemed inadmissible, you may be able to attempt to enter the country after submitting a form I-601 waiver, though. Before you start filling out the paperwork or discussing matters with government officials, retain the services of a Charleston immigration lawyer from Charleston USA Immigration Law Center, LLP.
Contact us today for more information.
Don't Miss a Single Important Aspect of Your Form
As with any immigration form or visa, details are critical when you are completing a form I-601 waiver. Perhaps even more so now that you are dealing with a matter as crucial as your ability to enter the country. When you work with us, we can stand by your side and guide you through the complicated legalities and bureaucratic red tape with ease and care. We are intent on making sure that no mistakes are made, that everything is done on time, and also that it is filed at the correct address.
With our second set of eyes on your immigration case, we can help make sure you:
- Complete the entire form
- Provide all required signatures
- Adhere to any special instructions
- Follow-up with any inquiries
Note: the filing fee for an I-601 form is generally $585. You will not likely be reimbursed for this fee if you submit an incomplete or inadequate form.
Do not let your future stability and security linger in uncertainly by hesitating to submit your form I-601. Our Charleston, South Carolina immigration lawyers are ready and waiting to come to your assistance, no matter how complex things might seem on the surface. We have years of legal experience and focus solely on immigration law cases, so you know we can take on whatever challenges you may face during this time.
Ready to get started? Call us at (855) 252-5250 today!