WAIVERS

I-601 WAIVER

Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility

An applicant who is ineligible to be admitted to the United States as an immigrant or to adjust status in the United States, and certain nonimmigrant applicants who are inadmissible, must file this application to seek a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility... read more 

I-601A WAIVER

Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver

Certain immigrant visa applicants, who are not eligible to adjust their status in the United States, can apply for provisional unlawful presence waivers in the United States before they leave the United States for their consular interview… read more  

I-212 WAIVER 

If you are inadmissible under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) section 212(a)(9)(A) (order of deportation or removal from the United States) or section 212(a)(9)(C)  (Re-entered or attempted to re-enter the United States illegally after being unlawfully present for over one year or after an order of removal) , you must ask for consent to reapply for admission to the United States (consent to reapply) before you can lawfully return to the United States. Consent to reapply is also called “permission to reapply.” You should use this application to seek consent to reapply…read more

FEATURED EXPERIENCE CASES:

I-601 Waivers

December 2020: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed crime involving moral turpitude in 1987. The immigration office approved this waiver within 5 months. 

June 2020: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation when he applied previously for an immigrant visa based on the marriage with U.S. Citizen. The Department of States had returned for revocation the approval of the subsequet family petition filed by his U.S. Citizen mother because of the alleged previous marriage fraud. We persuaded the immigration office that client’s previous marriage was bonafide and his parents would suffer extreme hardship, resulting on the approval of the waiver.

 

January 2020: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation when he applied for tourist visa at the embassy by failing to disclose that his father was living in the United States. 

November 2018: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation by using a false passport to enter into the United States in 2000. The immigration office approved the waiver in 44 days. Client’s previous waiver application filed with her previous attorney was denied in August 2017.  

August 2018: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation when she applied for tourist visa at the embassy by failing to disclose her unlawful presence of more than two years in the United States. Client’s previous waiver application filed on her own was denied in 2008 

July 2018: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed a crime involving moral turpitude. The immigration office approved  this waiver in 38 days based on our request to to expedite the adjudication of this case. Client’s diversity immigrant visa was issued on August 30, 2018, allowing him join his wife an minor child who had also immigrated 4 months earlier under diversity visa program.

May 2018: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation when he applied for tourist visa at the embassy by failing to disclose that his mother was living in the United States; 

December 2017: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation when he applied for tourist visa at the embassy by failing to disclose that his fiancé was a legal permanent resident in the United States; 

October 2017: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed a crime involving moral turpitude and had been unlawfully present in the United States. 

May 2017: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation when she applied for tourist visa at the embassy by using a photo substituted passport of a different person and entering into the United States using the false passport in 1999.  The waiver was approved in less than 4 months together with her green card. 

November 2016: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation by failing to disclose his previous order of the deportation when he had applied for green card his citizenship, resulting in conviction by federal court and subsequent deportation in 2002. 

November 2016: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed two crimes involving moral turpitude in 1979 and 1989.  The immigration office approved this waiver in less than 9 months. 

June 2015: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation by using a false passport to enter into the United States in 2000.  

January 2015: Obtained I-601 approval for a client who had committed misrepresentation by using a false passport to enter into the United States in 1999. Client’s previous waiver applications filed on his own or with previous attorneys were denied in 2008, 2011 and 2013. 

 

I-601A Waivers

October 2020: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2005.

June 2020: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2013.

October 2019: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2004. 

June 2019: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2007.

February 2019: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2000. 

February 2018: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2007.

October 2017: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2008.

November 2016: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2004. 

November 2016: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 2005.

December 2015: Obtained I-601A approval for a client who had been unlawfully present in the United States since 1998.

 

I-212 Waivers 

October 2019: Obtained conditional I-212 approval for a client who had an order of deportation since 2009. 

October 2018: Obtained conditional I-212 approval for a client who had an order of deportation since 2001.

 

What is the Attorney's Assistance in a Waiver Case? 

  • An attorney can assist you by making sure that the application is filled out properly. 

  • He will make sure that all necessary evidence is submitted for consideration to the immigration office in support of the waiver application.

Contact Us

To discuss your I-601 waiver, I-601A waiver and I-212 waiver with an experienced Jacksonville immigration attorney from Gjoka Law Firm, feel free to contact us by email at ag@ag-legal.com or call us at 904-351-8749.