Certain people may be ineligible for Lawful Permanent Residency in the United States unless the government agrees to waive that ineligibility due to criminal or immigration background.
•Criminal History: Immigrants with criminal histories, in their home country or in the United States.
•Immigration History: Immigrants who have been removed, deported, excluded, or who have been present unlawfully.
In order to qualify for a waiver, the government must agree that a U.S. citizen or LPR family member would suffer hardship without you in the country, the level of hardship and the person who must suffer the hardship vary depending on the reason for your ineligibility for Lawful Permanent Residency.
It is important to talk about these issues with an immigration attorney to know if you qualify for a waiver. Because the requirements are different depending on the reason for ineligibility, it is crucial to talk to an attorney before proceeding with your immigration matters.
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