If you or a family member is facing removal from the United States, or have been denied entry into the United States, you may be eligible to apply for and receive a waiver. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) uses its waiver laws and policies to achieve certain goals, including providing relief to refugees, victims of human trafficking, and asylum seekers who seek protection or permanent residency in the United States. Waivers also advance the interests of the United States by allowing non-citizens to be admitted to the country if the admission of such individuals would benefit the country. If you or a family member is facing removal from or have been denied entry into the U.S., the passionate Nevada immigration lawyers at Janda Law can help you.

  • Our experienced immigration attorneys represent clients in all types of immigration cases, even the most complex cases.
  • We understand the complexities of the immigration process and will guide you and your family through every stage of the process.
  • At the Janda Law Firm, you are assured of open and sincere communication with your attorney. You will always be in direct contact with your attorney to ask any questions or share any concerns that you may have.

If you or your family have received an unfavorable decision from the USCIS, do not give up until you have spoken to an experienced immigration lawyer. You might be eligible to enter or remain in the United States based on existing waiver laws and policies under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Do not give up until you have spoken to one of the Nevada immigration lawyers at Janda Law. Our team of experienced immigration lawyers can help you. Call us today at 702-758-8888 to schedule your free consultation.

Who is Eligible for a Waiver?

In general, applicants who wish to benefit from an immigration waiver must prove that they are admissible to the United States. Whether an individual is eligible for a waiver would depend on a determination of the grounds for inadmissibility in their case. Grounds for inadmissibility into the U.S. include health status, criminal activity or conviction, security, terrorist activity, and risk of public charge.

When an individual is determined to be inadmissible, the USCIS officer must determine whether the USCIS may waive the ground of inadmissibility and whether the individual meets all the eligibility requirements of a waiver.

An individual filing for a waiver may support their application with evidence. The evidence must support their claim for waiver and must come from a credible source. An experienced immigration attorney will help you understand what kinds of evidence would be persuasive to an immigration officer, and help you obtain the evidence you need to support your application for a waiver. If your waiver application is denied, you may be entitled to file an appeal, and your immigration lawyer can also help you understand that process.

Contact Janda Law for a Free Consultation

If you are applying for entry into the U.S. or facing deportation, a Nevada immigration lawyer at Janda Law can help you. At Janda Law, we understand the importance of the ability to enter or remain in the U.S. for you and your family. Our objective is to ensure that we protect your best interest and advocate on your behalf at all times. We will use our best efforts and resources to fight to keep you in the U.S. At Janda Law, your initial consultation and case assessment are free. Contact us today at 702-758-8888 to schedule your free consultation.