Waivers for Entering Without Permission:

If you are one of the millions of people who came to the United States without proper documentation, a marriage to a US citizen will most likely not immediately lead to the Green Card. We are here to help you get the waiver you need to get you back home to the United States as soon as possible. 


Waivers of Joint Filing Requirement for the Removal of Conditions:

Marriage does not always mean a house with a white picket fence. Trying to build a life together is even more difficult when one spouse’s immigration status depends on the marital union, as it builds extra pressure and may even be used as a leverage by a US citizen spouse.

A failed marriage is different from a fake marriage, but if you are unable to show the difference to the Immigration Services, you will lose your Green Card. There are three waivers available when the I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions cannot be filed together by spouses, and we will evaluate your individual situations to make recommendations which waiver (or maybe more than one) could be your best solution. We work with bona fide marriage waivers, extreme abuse / battery waiver, as well as hardship waivers – useful tools in keeping your lawful permanent resident status even if the marriage is on the rocks or fell apart completely. Our record is impeccable – not a single denial of any petition to remove conditions! 


212(e) Waivers of Two-Year Home Residency Requirement:

If your J-1 visa carries the provision of residing in your home country before applying for your Green Card based on a marriage to a US citizen, you might be eligible for a waiver. We can help you with getting a letter from your home country in support of this waiver, or show how your US citizen spouse could suffer an undue hardship, if you are separated for an extended period of time. 

There are so many different inadmissibility grounds – various reasons why the government may deny your Green Card application. We are here to help you, even if you found yourself in a very difficult situation. We know immigration matters!



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