New York City Waivers of Admissibility Lawyers

Overcome a Ground of Inadmissibility in NYC

If you need an immigration lawyer's advice about the best ways to overcome a denial of entry or a green card into the United States, or to present a defense to removal on the grounds, contact the Law Office of Cheryl R. David in New York City for an initial consultation about your problem. Waivers, in certain instances, may be used to overcome a ground of inadmissibility or to prevent removal from the United States. They may be used even if you are already legally in the United States. If you are applying for a green card or a visa and the immigration service believe you are inadmissible, you may need a waiver of inadmissibility. If you are already in the United States and have violated the immigration or criminal law, you may be eligible for a waiver to prevent removal or deportation. If we can find a legally sound reason to do so, we use waivers of inadmissibility both for the denial of entry and as a defense to removal proceedings.

Discuss an Inadmissibility or Removability Case With an Experienced Immigration Attorney

If you have a criminal record, certain health problems, or a previous history of immigration problems, such as denied applications, fraud, unlawful presence, your visa application could be denied unless you can demonstrate to immigration officers that a significant hardship will result for you and your family.

At the Law office of Cheryl R. David, we aid clients in seeking remedies involving waivers and relief from removal, including:

  • Cancellation of removal for green card holders and non-green card holders
  • 212(c) waivers for lawful permanent residents
  • Adjustment of status
  • 212(h) waivers for those with past criminal records or unlawful presence
  • 209(c) waivers for refugees and asylees
  • 212(i) waivers for fraud or misrepresentation
  • Naturalization
  • Political asylum
  • Voluntary departure
  • T or U visas for victims of violent crime or human trafficking

Cheryl David's experience with difficult immigration problems of all kinds allows her to evaluate tough inadmissibility problems and advise you whether a waiver might solve your problem.

Our office represents nonresident relatives of lawful permanent residents who face denial of family visas, employment-based visa applicants who are held to be inadmissible, and people subject to removal proceedings based on previous inadmissibility. We work closely with our clients to make sure that your strongest possible case for waiver of inadmissibility or waiver to prevent removal is clearly expressed.

For dependable advice about waivers of inadmissibility both to overcome denial of entry visas and as a defense to removal proceedings, contact NYC immigration attorney Cheryl David for a consultation.