Who Is Eligible for Provisional Waiver of Three- or Ten-Year Time Bar
Certain relatives of U.S. citizens and permanent residents have, due to changes made in 2013 and 2016, a new option when seeking a waiver of past unlawful presence in the U.S.
Risks to Applying for Provisional Waiver of Unlawful Presence
While you will need to divulge the time you have spent in the U.S. illegally on your waiver application, in most cases, the potential benefit – obtaining a green card – will outweigh any risks of applying.
How to Apply for Provisional Waiver of Three- or Ten-Year Time Bar
Guide to timing, preparing paperwork, gathering evidence, and more.
Filling Out Form I-601A to Request a Provisional Waiver
Step-by-step guidance to how applicants will need to fill out the new USCIS Form I-601A.
Proving "Extreme Hardship" to a U.S. Relative for Immigration Purposes
Your waiver will be approved only if you can provide strong evidence that your relative will experience extreme hardship both in the United States and in your home country
What to Do If Your Unlawful Presence Provisional Waiver Is Denied
A lot of noise is being made about the new provisional stateside waiver, but many people will still be denied. Read on for more information.
Making Sure Your Provisional Waiver Application Isn't Returned or Denied
On March 4, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) began accepting applications for the new provisional waiver. This new form of relief allows the spouses and children of U.S.