Filing Waivers of Inadmissibility

Aug 7, 2020

If a U.S. consular or USCIS officer has found an applicant to be inadmissible to the United States and therefore ineligible for an immigrant visa or nonimmigrant visa, the person could qualify to file an application for a waiver of inadmissibility. In some cases, such as if the person was removed from USA, the person would also need to seek permission to reapply for entry. After filing the necessary waiver package, USCIS will adjudicate it and inform the person and the consular officer of the decision. In the event that the person is denied, the applicant can appeal the decision or file a motion to reconsider the decision.

Law Offices of Wiliani-Malek has successfully undertaken numerous Waiver and Appeal cases and is available for providing assistance with processing any Waiver and Appeal cases.

To find more information, visit USCIS website or contact our office so we can help you!