The Family Entry Waiver
Learn how to qualify
“Just because you entered the U.S. with some fraud many years ago and are now in Removal proceedings does not mean you will be deported. You can get a Waiver prepared to be able to immigrate or stay in the U.S. and win the deportation proceeding.”— Brian D. Lerner, Immigration Lawyer
In order to be able to file this Family Entry Waiver, you must the spouse, parent, son, or daughter of a citizen of the United States or of an alien lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence. This waiver is a humanitarian waiver created by Congress for certain deportable lawful permanent residents with a qualifying relative. It is a form of relief from removal (deportation).
The preparation of a Waiver is not easy. Many people do some research on the internet and think all they have to do is complete a form and that it will simply be granted. That is like reading the cover of a book and saying you have read the whole book. In fact, this particular Waiver is submitted and argued in Immigration Court in front of the Immigration Judge. It is the legal brief, declarations, affidavit, supporting evidence and all other materials that properly make a Waiver approvable and then presented to the Judge.
This Waiver provides a discretionary waiver for certain misrepresentations and fraud at the time of admission. If an applicant is eligible, this waiver provides a significant relief from removal which results in termination of proceedings.
A waiver of removal for fraud or misrepresentation granted under this subparagraph shall also operate to waive removal based on the grounds of inadmissibility directly resulting from such fraud or misrepresentation