I-601 Waiver of Inadmissibility

When a person is inadmissible, it means that they may not be allowed entry to the United States, usually because the person violated some aspect of national immigration policy. Being in the country illegally is grounds for inadmissibility. For example, a non-US citizen who accrues more than one year of unlawful presence in the United States becomes inadmissible to the country for a period of ten years. However, this rule is particularly rigid and can have effects on American citizens and permanent U.S. residents, which is why, on a case specific basis, the law allows certain inadmissibility statuses to be waived, and the formerly inadmissible person can enter the U.S.

Extreme Hardship Usually Required

In most cases, a person deemed inadmissible will have to file for an I-601 waiver of inadmissibility and show that extreme hardship will befall a qualified U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident if the immigrant applicant is not allowed to enter the country. The experienced attorneys of MC Law Group are available and prepared to help clients from all over the world, even those who are already in the United States, file for an I-601 waiver of inadmissibility. Able to communicate in eight languages, our attorneys will take the time to explain and review our immigration services and I-601 procedures and requirements in whatever language the client feels most comfortable with. We have experience helping foreign immigrants from all over the world, and have succeeded in helping many of these individuals reach their immigration goals. We can currently communicate in English, Armenian, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, and Tagalog.

Trusted I-601 Attorneys

Our attorneys have been helping clients at home and abroad file I-601 waivers of inadmissibility for years. We know the rules and regulations inside and out, and can help get clients the best chance of lawfully staying in the United States as possible.

In addition to representing clients in I-601 matters, MC Law Group attorneys also handle other immigration law cases, including deportation defense, immigration court defense, immigration visa assistance, investor visas, and I-9 compliance / general counsel for HR departments. To schedule a consultation with one of our immigration lawyers, call us today or fill out the form on this website.