San Francisco Waivers of Inadmissibility and Deportation
In some cases involving fiancé visas, family visa applications or asylee adjustment applications, an application may be denied based on a negative immigration or criminal history. Under many circumstances, however, the attorneys of Wiley & Jobson can apply for a waiver of inadmissibility that can overcome the problem that resulted in denial of a visa application. To learn more about the availability of a waiver, contact one of the firm’s immigration attorneys in downtown San Francisco.
With long experience helping clients with visa applications, appeals of adverse rulings, and deportation litigation, our firm can prepare an I-601 or I-212 waiver application and assist in establishing the legal standard of hardship to family members so that a person can immigrate lawfully.
For those who are already in immigration proceedings, our firm’s immigration litigation experience can help your defense in removal proceedings and eventual application for a family visa.
Depending on a person’s individual situation, grounds of inadmissibility have different consequences for your chances of a waiver. Our firm provides an honest assessment of an individual case and whether pursuing a waiver is possible or realistic.
For further information about how an immigration lawyer at our San Francisco law office can help with waivers of inadmissibility, family visas, and removal hearing defense, contact an immigration attorney at Wiley & Jobson.