What is 212(H) waiver?

 A 212(h) waiver is used for people who have criminal convictions and are inadmissible to the United States.  You have to demonstrate that their denial into the United States would be an extreme hardship to a U.S. citizen or legal resident that is a parent, child, or spouse.  A 212(h) can be done with a Green Card […]

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My Spouse is in criminal custody and ICE has a hold on him, can he get bonded out?

If your spouse is not released from custody, immigration judges do not have the authority to release them on bond.  The likelihood of immigration setting a bond depends on the crime and person’s immigration status.  If your spouse has a conviction after October 9, 1998, where they were sentenced to probation, jail, or any type of punishment where […]

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What happens if he loses his removal hearing?

 If you have a loved one who has lost their removal hearing and they are detained, unfortunately they most likely will be detained until you appeal.  You have 30 days to file a notice of appeal after a judge’s decision or you have lost the case and it’s a final decision by the immigration judge.  Your lawyer […]

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