The most common waiver of inadmissibility applied for is the Form I-601, extreme hardship waiver. This single application can be used to cure or waive one or more of several grounds of inadmissibility including unlawful presence, certain crimes, fraud, and health related ineligibility. To succeed, the I-601 Waiver of Inadmissibility is generally required to establish that the U.S. citizen or permanent resident qualifying family member will suffer an extreme hardship in the event the foreign national is not permitted to remain in or immigrate to the United States. This hardship must be demonstrated both in the event the U.S. citizen or permanent resident husband or wife, or other family member/s, need to relocate to accompany the beneficiary abroad, and also in the event they remain separated.
The I-601 Waivers of Inadmissibility attorneys at Surowitz Immigration, P.C. have the experience and knowledge needed to assist you with all your I-601 waiver needs. If you have questions or would like more information, contact us today.