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  • Missrepresntation 212(a)(6)(c)(i)

    Is there a waiver for this inadmissibility ????


    I do not think I was treated fairly and I deserve this charge , below is what happened, If there is ssomeone who can help please let me know

    In secondary inspection the subject stated he was traveling to the United States to visit a friend in the Chicago area for 3 months. When questioned about the nature of the visit the subject was unable to describe the reasons for his visit. When questioned about the purpose and the length of his previous trip the subject became nervous and claimed not to speak English. The subject's belongings were then searched to give indication as to the subject's immigration status in the United States. The search revealed a driver's permit for the state of California which listed his residence as being in Rancho Cucamonga ,numerous eduactional documents including a college diploma from Palestine and cold weather type clothing which did not fit the current weather in the U.S.. At that time an arabic speaking translator was called and the subject was put under oath for a sworn statement. During the sworn statement the subject stated that when applying for the visa from the United States Embassy in Jerusalem he told the consular officer he was going to stay 2 weeks in New Mexico to visit a friend. When questioned about why he stayed for close to 6 months the subject stated he traveled to 4 cities to visit friends. When asked about the activites he conducted during his last stay subject stated he obtained medical treatment in the Chicago Area for a thyroid ailment. Subject claimed his medical treatment was free and he did not pay any money for it. Subject also stated during his last trip he attended a school on the north side of Chicago the name of which he could not remember. The educational documents according to the subject were requirements from an american universtiy for him to continue his studies in the United States. Subject stated his desire was to live and work in the United States. The subject was determined to be inadmissible under Section 212(a)(6)(c)(i) and Section 212 (a)(7)(A)(i)(I) of the INA becasue of his misrepresentation to the U.S. embassy of the length of his stay of his previous trip and his intention to continue his education at an american university. The subject was allowed to withdraw his applicatuion for admission. The subject delined the opportunity to speak to a consular offical prior to his departure. The subject was allowed to contact his friend, at 21:24 hrs. The subject departed on Royal Jordanian airlines from Chicago on 22 May 2007

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    This is the fraud or misrepresentation ban. Yes, there is a waiver.

    This is my personal opinion and is not to be construed as legal advice.

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