What is an immigration waiver?
An immigration waiver is a "pardon," an official declaration that a person has been excused of a violation. For example, when applying for a U.S. visa or green card, an officer must determine if the person violated the U.S. or other laws and is inadmissible. The exact process occurs if a green card holder is subject to criminal penalties in the United States: then the government determines if a person is deportable due to criminal/immigration violations.
How do I get an immigration waiver?
Form I-601 is used to apply for a waiver if you have been ineligible to enter the United States as an immigrant or adjust your status in the United States (and certain other visa categories) for specific grounds of inadmissibility.
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