Use Waivers To Advance Your Immigration Application

There are many types of waivers for immigration available to those seeking to come to Texas or extend their stays. Some of these include:

  • Stateside waiver: This waiver allows U.S. residents to apply for a green card without having to return to their country of origin to initiate the application.
  • Waiver after prior removal: If you have previously been deported, it is possible to waive the waiting period that normally passes before you can apply again for a visa.
  • Waiver of unlawful presence: If you are the parent or spouse of a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident and can prove that your removal from the U.S. would cause significant hardship for your child or spouse, it is possible to seek a waiver for a history of unlawful presence in the U.S.
  • Waiver for crimes more than 15 years old: Applicants who have resided in the U.S. for at least seven years and have not been convicted of an aggravated felony in that time are eligible to have earlier crimes waived from their application.
  • Waiver of possession of marijuana: A simple marijuana possession charge does not have to derail your immigration plans.
  • Fraud waiver: Crossing into the U.S. using someone else's green card, for instance, is a form of fraud that can be waived in some circumstances.

Work With Lawyers Who Understand Your Needs

The attorneys at The Tellez Law Firm, PLLC, represent clients who have immigrated to the United States from all over the world, and our goal is to keep your life running smoothly for as long as you would like to remain in this country.

To see how The Tellez Law Firm can help in your case, contact us online, or call us at 512-774-6832 and schedule an initial consultation in our Austin, Texas, office.