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Some of the non-residents who live in, or wish to come to the United States, are not permitted to do so because of what is known as “grounds of inadmissibility.”
Some others who are already in the United States and are permanent residents or green card holders can be stopped at the U.S. borders and be placed in deportation or removal proceedings because
they have committed crimes while in the U.S. that may make them “inadmissible.”
For some of these cases, waivers are available, which can overcome these grounds of inadmissibility once approved.
Naturally, you may have questions such as what is a 601 waiver? What next after I-601 waiver is approved? How long does a 601 or 212 H waiver take?
Below you will find the answer to these questions and more
Generally speaking, the waiver is not given to the person who has been deemed inadmissible, but to their parents, spouse, or children who will experience some form of extreme hardship if the individual is not allowed to return or be admitted as a green cardholder.
In other words, although this person has done something to make their return to the U.S., or obtaining residency, undesirable, there are other reasons, such as Extreme hardship to their immediate qualifying relative, that outweighs the desire to keep them out of the U.S.
By and large, a waiver request is granted for one or more of the following reasons:
How long does it take for a 601 Waiver to be approved?
In our experience, it varies, but between 6 months to 1 year is the normal time.
What is next after my I-601A waiver is approved?
Your case will no have to undergo Consular processing at a U.S. Consulate overseas.
How can I apply for a 601 waiver?
Although the form required for this type of request seems easy to fill out, it is your burden of proof to show you deserve such a discretionary relief, and in our experience, this is hard to do without professional help and guidance.
What happens if a 601 Waiver or a 212 H waiver, or any other immigration waiver is denied?
You can appeal the decision, or re-file it with more evidence. Keep in mind that with each filing you may, and likely will, experience more resistance. It is best to put the best and strongest case the first time out.