Am I Eligible for Provisional Waiver of Three- or Ten-Year Time Bar?
Certain relatives of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents have an opportunity to have their unlawful-presence inadmissibility waived in order to qualify for a green card
Risks to Applying for Provisional Waiver of Unlawful Presence
Beginning on March 4, 2013, green card seekers who are not eligible to adjust status within the U.S.
How to Apply for Provisional Waiver of Three- or Ten-Year Time Bar
Starting March 4, 2013, green-card seekers who were not eligible to adjust status in the U.S.
Filling Out Form I-601A to Request a Provisional Waiver
Form I-601A, titled "Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver," will be issued by U.S.
Proving "Extreme Hardship" to a U.S. Relative for Immigration Purposes
You may be eligible to file a waiver for certain grounds of inadmissibility based on the extreme hardship your qualified relative will experience if you are not admitted to the United States.
What to Do If Your Unlawful Presence Provisional Waiver Is Denied
When the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the new procedure of issuing unlawful presence provisional waivers to the immediate relatives of U.S.
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.