Does getting a provisional waiver mean that my immigrant visa will for sure be granted?
The provisional waiver is a good start, but no guarantee that a U.S. consulate will approve your immigrant visa and thus U.S. green card.
I am married to a U.S. citizen, but I entered the United States without inspection. I have delayed in submitting any paperwork to obtain an immigrant visa, because I was worried about getting stuck in my home country away from my husband and children. I recently learned about the provisional waiver of unlawful presence. If I am approved for this stateside waiver, does this mean that I can definitely get my green card after I leave the United States?