Lawfully Reunite With Family In The US After Deportation

Being removed from the United States and being deemed inadmissible for re-entry can be one of the most disheartening feelings for immigrants, especially if these mean being separated from their family and friends. Thanks to specific waivers under U.S. immigration laws, however, previously deported immigrants whose situations have changed since their removal have a way of lawfully re-entering the country and happily reuniting with loved ones again in Texas or another state.

Our lawyers are dedicated to helping immigrant families take the right steps after removal and deportation proceedings to ensure they can lawfully see their loved ones again in the U.S. We have considerable experience handling a wide variety of immigration matters and know how to quickly and effectively navigate the legal process at hand. We will be with you every step of the way, making sure you understand your rights, the process and what's up ahead.

What Waivers Are Available To Me After Removal?

After deportation and removal proceedings, you will be considered inadmissible under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), and therefore may not re-enter the country lawfully without first applying for a waiver after prior removal. To start this process, you must file a Form I-212 waiver, which will ask the government for consent to reapply for admission into the country — also referred to as permission to reapply.

If your application is approved, you will be permitted to re-enter the country where you may then request an adjustment of status or apply for a visa or green card, whichever applies to your situation.

We Can Help You Avoid The Pitfalls Of Applying For A Waiver

At The Tellez Law Firm, PLLC, we have considerable experience filing a wide range of waiver requests, including filing applications for waivers after prior removal. With a highly skilled attorney from our firm at your side, we can help you avoid major mistakes and pitfalls — such as filing your waiver form with the wrong agency or taking the wrong steps regarding a waiver during removal proceedings — that could cause your application to be rejected or result in delayed adjudication.

Reuniting With Family Is Possible With The Tellez Law Firm, PLLC

The attorneys at The Tellez Law Firm, PLLC, are as compassionate as they are understanding about your situation. We want your life to run smoothly and not be negatively impacted by your immigration status, which is why if you have questions regarding waive applications, please feel free to reach out to our firm for answers.

You can schedule an initial consultation at our Austin office by calling 512-774-6832 or sending us a message through our online contact form.