The I-601 waiver helps relieve the effects of a number of different inadmissibility issues. These inadmissibility issues include, but are not limited to:
Not all inadmissibility charges are waivable and it is best that you contact us for a complete investigation of your case to determine if your inadmissibility issue has a solution. However, as a precursor to a conversation please note that all I-601 applicants must have a “Qualifying Relative.” A qualifying relative could be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse, parent, son, daughter or even a US citizen fiancé(e), depending on the specific grounds of admissibility you are seeking to waive. In addition, the applicant must prove that a denial of the I-601 waiver application will cause extreme hardship to your qualifying relative.*
* The following are a couple of arguments the applicant can make to prove the extreme hardship to the Qualifying Relative: 1) The Qualifying Relative has a medical condition and depends on the foreign-born person for care; 2) The Qualifying Relative is financially dependent on the foreign-born one and it will not be possible to provide adequate support from abroad; 3) The Qualifying Relative has financial debts in the United States and cannot pay them without support from the foreign-born relative; 4) The Qualifying Relative has a sick family member and will be unable to care for that person without support from the foreign-born relative; 5) The Qualifying Relative is the caregiver for children and cannot afford childcare in the absence of the foreign-born relative; 6) The Qualifying Relative is experiencing clinical depression as a result of this immigration situation.
601 Waivers are complicated and often require the help of knowledgeable professionals to obtain a successful outcome. At the Jurado Firm, we have the experience you need in handling 601 Waivers to ensure that you obtain the best possible outcome in your 601 Waiver case. Give us a call, our initial consultations are free of cost.