San Francisco Bay Area USCIS Form I-212 Applications

Berkeley Attorneys Reapply for Admission Into the United States After Deportation or Removal

Individuals who have been removed or deported from the United States can apply for readmission to the United States by filing an I-212 application.

At the San Francisco Bay Area law office of Wiley & Jobson, our attorneys have extensive experience handling all types of immigration matters, including bringing a family member back after a deportation or removal. Our firm meets with clients to determine if an I-212 is right in their specific situation and can assist in the completion of any immigration applications. Contact us today by calling our office at 415-627-9161.

What Is an I-212 Application?

The I-212 is a form that must be filed in order for an individual to be considered for readmission into the U.S. after being removed or deported.

Along with the form, an applicant should submit supporting documents showing that he or she merits a favorable decision. The government will consider many factors in adjudicating the application, including the reason the individual was deported, length of residence in the United States, family responsibilities, hardship and other important factors.

With the help of our lawyers, you can fully understand the documents that need to be completed and the information that the USCIS needs in order to consider your family member’s legal reentry into the U.S.

Contact Our San Francisco Bay Area Attorneys to Discuss Form I-212 Applications

We work hard to see that our clients and their families are able to be together here in the U.S. whenever possible. To discuss I-212 documents and bringing family back to the U.S. after deportation or removal, contact our office today.