The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) regulates the types of visas that are available to be admitted into the U.S. It also details what requirements must be met before a certain applicant can be issued a particular visa. In some cases, a visa applicant may be ineligible for a visa, requiring a waiver.


Detailed Description:

It can be frustrating when foreign nationals are unable to apply for visas. There are many reasons one may be deemed ineligible or inadmissible, however, it is important to explore every option as there still may be a chance. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) is difficult to navigate without the help of an expert. The eligibility for a waiver vary from case to case. To ensure that the right decisions are made, it is advised to seek the consultation of an attorney before applying. 

Our attorneys at JLG can help you obtain the appropriate waiver for your unique case.​


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