If you are considering an immigrant visa, your family or spouse may be eligible for provisional waivers. These allow family members to overcome unlawful presence issues or bars that can occur during the immigration process. They are especially useful when someone needs to leave the United States to attend their immigrant visa interview.
Our attorneys understand that the immigration process is complex and can take time to do things right for you. We provide our clients with one-on-one, dedicated attention throughout their case. You are not just a job to us – we are passionate about helping Austin residents achieve their legal goals. When you have questions or are facing difficult immigration circumstances, you can depend on The Díaz Firm, PLLC, for solid help.
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The provisional unlawful presence waiver process has evolved since its inception in 2013. The allowances made for certain individuals can be a helpful asset to smoothing the entire immigration process.
You may find a provisional waiver useful for:
- Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens
- Any individual statutorily eligible for an immigrant visa
- Foreign nationals unable to adjust their status in the U.S.
- Anyone who has accrued more than 180 days of unlawful presence in the U.S.
- Family-sponsored immigrants
- Employment-based immigrants
Our team can help shorten the time you are separated from your family. We aim to make the immigration process as quick and straightforward as possible for all of our clients. We can assist with filling out the necessary forms. Our team also can help clients who face deportation, removal or exclusion legal issues while they are seeking to become U.S. citizens.