Provisional Waiver Process

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The waiver helps people get permanent residency and does not necessarily involve directly the threat of deportation. Can you please rewrite this one. Thank you.

We offer the following services:

  • Waivers (Fraud, Criminal Activity, Medical, Unlawful Presence, Prior Deportations, J-1)
  • Provisional Waiver

For each type of waiver, we can ask the court to let you remain in the United States despite fraud, criminal activity, for medical reasons, or for other reasons.

Provisional Waiver Process

The provisional waiver process is a new process for the illegal immigrant spouses of U.S. citizens who wish to become legal permanent residents. If they have been without valid immigration status for more than 180 days, this can be an issue. Filing a waiver that demonstrates hardship on the U.S. citizen if they were to leave them and return to their home county is one way to overcome this.

The new provisional waiver program allows a foreign national to file the waiver and remain in the U.S. This is available only to the spouses of U.S. citizens who have an approved I-130, paid all visa fees, and have started the filing of an I-601A. The goal of the provisional waiver program is to minimize the amount of time families are separated during the immigration process. If the waiver is approved, the foreign national will receive an appointment to be interviewed for an immediate visa to return to the U.S.

If you would like to discuss your immigration solution with a qualified attorney, contact Malik & Associates, PLLC today.

Malik & Associates, PLLC Can Help You Understand The Waiver Processp

Our attorneys’ combined experience and knowledge working with the waiver program makes us the best choice to help you through the process. Call today for answers to your specific questions regarding the process, time frame, and to determine if you qualify.

Malik & Associates, PLLC provides services and representation to its clients for US Immigrations needs in the entire United States (we travel for your hearings or interviews), throughout the whole world and including but not limited to the following areas in Texas.

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