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Have you been denied entry to the U.S.? Or do you think you will have an U.S. inadmissibility problem?

Then, fill out our Immigration Assessment Form, and we will get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your eligibility and options.

Travelers are increasingly being denied entry to the United States as border officials hold them accountable for messages, images and video on their devices sent by other people.

The latest case saw a Palestinian national living in Lebanon and would-be Harvard freshman denied entry to the U.S. just before the start of the school year.

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Have You Been Denied Entry to the US? We are here to resolve the problem immediately!

Denied entry to us, inadmissibility to the U.S affects many people. Under increased border security, the days of easy access to the U.S. are long gone. Inadmissibility affects many people, but for some, there is hope. The details of your denial are important, and can mean the difference between denial and acceptance. The good news is even if you have attempted to enter the U.S, and you have been denied entry, there might still be an opportunity for you to enter the country.

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Reasons Why You Could Be Refused Entry to the U.S.

Grounds for Inadmissibility

If you have been refused entry to the U.S, it is likely because you are subject to one of the many grounds of inadmissibility listed under the Immigration and Nationality Act. These include if you:

  • have a communicable disease
  • have a physical or mental disorder that makes you harmful to others
  • are a drug abuser
  • have been convicted of specific crimes (Contact us to erase your criminal record)
  • Were previously removed or deported from the U.S.
  • have violated immigration laws or committed immigration fraud

Were You Denied Entry to the U.S. Due to a Criminal Record?

One of the most common reasons that an individual is denied entry to the U.S. is due to “criminal inadmissibility”. This is a category that covers a lot of situations, but that does not mean that a person with a criminal past would be inadmissible.

Criminal inadmissibility includes if you have been convicted of:

  • multiple crimes
  • certain crimes like prostitution or drug trafficking
  • or have committed crimes of “moral turpitude”
What are “Crimes of Moral Turpitude”?

According to the legal definition, crimes of moral turpitude relate to conduct that is inherently “base, vile, or depraved, contrary to social standards of morality and done with a reckless, malicious, or evil intent”. This somewhat archaic definition covers a large spectrum of offenses from common assault to drug offenses, but generally relates to the following crimes:

  • Controlled Substance Traffickers – Includes “assisted, abettor, conspirator, or collude”
  • Conviction of 2 or more offenses with a combined sentence of 5 or more years
  • Prostitution and Commercialized vice
  • Individuals involved in serious criminal activity who have asserted immunity from prosecution

Crimes that are Exempted

Not all criminal records result in being denied entry to the U.S. Crimes that are not considered a CMT include where the individual has committed only one crime of moral turpitude, and:

  • The crime was committed when the individual was under 18 years of age and the crime was committed more than five years before the date of application for a visa.
  • The crime did not exceed one year of imprisonment.
  • If the individual was convicted of the crime, but the individual was not sentenced to imprisonment for a term greater than six months.

How Are Waivers Decided?

There are 3 criteria for an application for a waiver of inadmissibility:

  1. The risk of harm to society if the applicant is admitted
  2. The seriousness of the applicant’s prior violation(s) of immigration or criminal law, if any
  3. The nature of the applicant’s reasons for seeking entry.

How long are Waivers Valid for?

Waivers of inadmissibility are currently valid for a period of 0-5 years but could be issued for a lesser period at the discretion of the immigration officer. If the waiver is granted, the applicant can enter the U.S. despite his or her criminality and is required to display the waiver for each and every entry during the currency of the waiver.

How Do I Get a Waiver?

The procedure for applying for a non-immigrant waiver involves:

  1. Obtaining local court records of the offense in question.
  2. Preparing a personal statement from the applicant concerning the circumstances surrounding the offense
  3. Two application forms, an I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Non-immigrant and a G-325A Biographic Information must also be completed
  4. Supporting documentation includes information relating to ties to the applicants home country such as the applicant’s family in their home country, employment, and assets.

We also recommended that 3 character references be included. If you have been convicted of a narcotics offense, then you should undergo a drug test and provide a letter of clean record from a physician.

Once the application package is ready for submission, you will attend at a designated port of entry to fill out an application in person and pay the application fee. Fingerprints will be taken during this process.

Processing time for waivers ranges from 1 to 9 months and the results are mailed to the applicant. If the application is denied, the applicant has 30 calendar days to file an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals or the Administrative Appeals Unit.

Given the wide range of offenses caught by the criminal inadmissibility provisions, it is essential that your potential criminal history is investigated before entering the U.S. for business or pleasure.

Why You Need Legal Help With I-192 (Waiver) Applications

Whenever someone is denied entry at the border, the individual is not only unable to enter the U.S., but he or she faces an unexpected trip back home (not to mention feelings of humiliation and depression). However, in addition to exploring opportunities to waive inadmissibility, a legal expert can help ensure that an individual is not wrongfully denied entry in the first place. Not every crime on a person’s record makes him or her inadmissible. It is therefore important to carefully investigate your background to determine if, despite whether you have committed a crime, you may still be able to enter the U.S.

Why Hire Us to Help You With Your Denied Entry Case?

For over 32 years, we have helped countless individuals who thought they had no hope in entering the States due to a refused entry with their cases. Our experience with immigration law has allowed us to help millions of individuals enter the U.S, who otherwise would have not had the opportunity.

The first step towards dealing with a denied entry to the U.S. is getting an assessment of your case. Fill out our immigration assessment form or contact us, and we will get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your eligibility and options.

                
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