Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility or Reapply for Admission into the U.S. After Deportation or Removal
Applicants may be denied entry to the United States, their immigration visas or adjustment of status may be refused, or they may be ineligible for citizenship due to reasons such as health conditions, becoming a public charge, unlawful presence, specific criminal offenses, fraud or misrepresentation, membership in a totalitarian party, or entering the country through smuggling. In these situations, applicants can request a waiver to remove the impact of these conditions on their immigration application. Additionally, if there is a deportation order, one can also apply for a waiver to lift the order.
Immigration Bail Bonds
Applicants may be detained by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) due to being accused of committing crimes or violating immigration laws. The applicant may be eligible for immigration bail, which is a sum of money paid to the Department of Homeland Security to ensure that the applicant will appear in court on time for trial or report to ICE as required.