Waiver Lawyer in Cary North Carolina
Waivers are meant to prevent or minimize family separation amongst mixed-status families. Soon after the waiver is approved, applicants will be able to stay in the country. If the applicant is currently in the country with no legal status it is important that they apply for a provisional waiver before departing the U.S. After the application is accepted and approved, applicants will be able to come back to the country and live their normal life with their loved ones. Our ultimate goal as your attorney and counselor is to get your family back together as soon as we can. If your family is in fear of being separated, or a family member lives in fear of deportation contact Abogado Guerrero at our location in Cary, North Carolina 984-218-9450.
Who is not eligible for a waiver?
-Individuals with a criminal record
-Applicants who have made a false claim about their legal status in the U.S.
-Individuals younger than 17 years old
-Is currently in a removal proceeding
-Applicants who have unlawfully reentered the U.S. after being deported.
How Abogado Guerrero Can Help You
When applying for a waiver, you need an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to aid you during the process. Even though each case is different, we are certain that we can help you in different ways. Abogado Guerrero can help you in the following ways. First, we will help you file an immigration petition and a waiver application. After that, in your home country, you will go through consular processing. During this process, you and your family will need to provide information, documents, and scenarios that prove extreme hardship. For example, you will need to show that your family’s financial, medical, and mental-health states can be affected negatively if you are removed from the country.