IF YOU HAVE GIVEN A FALSE NAME OR TOLD LIES AT THE BORDER, YOU MAY HAVE A WAIVER AVAILABLE WITH IMMIGRATION.
Immigration law gives you the option of filing a waiver for lying to obtain immigration benefits.
Many people, perhaps due to bad advice or recommendations, told lies with immigration when they tried to enter the country.
For example, many people years ago tried to enter the country with false documents at the border, or presented false documents at their visa interview, or gave a false name when they were stopped at the border, or lied at the border saying they were from Mexico when in reality they were from another country to prevent immigration from sending them to their country of origin.
These are some of the most common scenarios. Unfortunately, people let time pass by without doing anything about it, thinking that there are no options available.
Depending on the specific case, the person can apply for an I-601 waiver, if they are applying for an immigrant visa, that is, if someone is requesting it with immigration to obtain their residency. But if you are applying for a nonimmigrant visa because no one is asking for it, then you could file for the I-192 waiver.
Pardons require an expert Atlanta attorney who will carefully analyze your case and explain the advantages and risks of filing a pardon. For more information, call attorney Angélica Tovar at 470.207.5333.
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