What Is a Re-Entry Ban?
Immigration laws regulate how a non-citizen of the United States can qualify for a visa, become a citizen, or be deported. An immigrant living in the country illegally for more than one year may become a legal resident after leaving the U.S. and serving a reentry ban. The reentry ban is approximately 10 years. However, an individual who successfully claims hardship can avoid deportation.
What is an Immigration Extreme Hardship Waiver?
What does “Inadmissible” mean in Immigration Law?
Adjust her immigration status
Enter the U.S.
Obtain a visa
Does Having Children Born in the U.S. Meet the Waiver Requirements?
What are the Types of Eligibility Waiver are Available?
Level 1: Relative has a medical issues such as a brain tumor and can’t travel abroad. This requires the non-citizen to remain in the U.S. to provide care.
Level 2: Relative has a serious medical problem that makes leaving the country difficult and needs non-citizen needs help.
Level 3: Relative has a significant medical problem which makes it difficult to leave the country.
Level 4: Relative wouldn’t be able to pay any debts after leaving the country.
Do I need a Lawyer for a Hardship Waiver?
Yes, contact an immigration attorney for more information regarding a hardship waiver.