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601A/601 Waivers

North Carolina Immigration Attorneys

A 601A waiver is filed when a deportation or removal order has been issued, or when someone seeking a visa is denied admission to the country. There are also cases in which a waiver will be granted when a relative will suffer severe hardship if you are deported. If you are seeking a 601A or a 601 waiver, get in touch with Fayad Law, P.C. as soon as possible. We can help you seek an approval for your request for a waiver, based upon the facts in your case.

If you hope to remain in the country, the form must be submitted immediately, before you are removed. Information must be submitted about your relative who would experience extreme hardship if you were refused admission to the United States and extensive documentation about you, your criminal history, your history with the immigration authorities and other data.

Need a 601A or 601 Waiver in North Carolina?

If you lived in the United States for more than 180 days and then left the country, or if you were removed, you must get a waiver if you are seeking to return to the United States on a visa.

If a person has committed certain offenses in the past, they may be unable to enter the United States. These include:

  • Crimes of moral turpitude (such as prostitution, fraud, membership or affiliation with the Communist Party or other totalitarian parties, and having a criminal record);
  • Acts of smuggling; or
  • Being charged with violating the INA (Immigration and Nationality Act), under Section 274C and facing civil penalty.

There are a number of other issues that could make a person appear to be inadmissible, but a waiver can be pursued, based upon the facts in your case.

It's Important to Get Help from an Immigration Lawyer

All supporting documentation must be submitted with your application for a waiver, and any failure to submit all documentation in the correct form, certified, can lead to a denial or long delay. How your waiver application is filled out and submitted can have a significant impact upon the immigration court's decision. Therefore it is imperative that you hire an experienced lawyer who will protect your rights and advocate for your best interests.

Fayad Law, P.C.'s attorneys are experienced in all types of immigration and deportation cases, and we can help you seek a 601A/601 waiver. Contact us to discuss your situation and legal options.

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