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    The first thing you have to do is ask for to have information how is in the crimminal records the status of yourhusband..... go and fil the G639 you can go by yourself and look how it appears and then you will see some attorney....because sometimes because their age and some other factors there some possibility for to do something.. first start how appears in their records it is going to last about 3 or 4 weeks to have the true. and thats right as the guest said,, for that federal crime there is not waiver.... there are some bills into the congress that are taking care about this matter to provide a waiver..

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    Celogirl: If memory serves me correctly, your husband is inadmissable for having stated that he was a US citizen, correct? If so, there is NO waiver available. Check INA 212 a 6 C (ii) and compare it to INA 212 a 6 C (i) for the difference. As you will see, Congress made NO provisions for a waiver if someone is inadmissable under INA 212 a 6 C (ii).

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    Cleogirl,

    Waiver of Inadmissability is actually the application for forgive the violation that some had made. The form is called i-601. One of the hardest thing that they require is to demonstrate extreme hardship for US/LPR spouse or parent. If your husband is out in the US already, it will seem harder and longer since you are not together.

    Get a good lawyer.


    Extreme Hardships

    This waiver needs so much participation of lawyer, especially your spouse and your parents. Here some basic:

    *U.S. citizen children who need schooling in the US.

    *U.S. citizen children who cannot leave the US due to previous spouse not granting immigration consent.

    *U.S. citizen children who would have to stay behind in the US that you would not be able to visit frequently.

    *U.S. citizen inability to speak the language of the foreign country.

    *U.S. citizen's lack of employment in the foreign country.

    *U.S. citizen's need to care for aging parents or relatives in the US.

    *U.S. citizen's ownership of properties in the US that he/she does not want to sell or cannot sell for specific reasons.

    *U.S. citizen's preference that you want to live in the US because it is your native country and you are a citizen of that country.

    *excessive cost involved in moving your household members and goods to the foreign country, including plane fares and transport of goods.

    *U.S. citizen's financial loss due to the separation.


    Hope this helps.
    Read on previous post, there are lot of similar stories like this.

    God bless you.

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    I've heard of a waiver of inadmissability, but I don't know what it is. I heard that if I could prove hardship that my husband might be able to come back to the U.S. Is this true? If so, what constitutes hardship? According to the 1996 law, he is banned from the U.S. for life for making a statement that he had already recanted. This action would force me to move out of the country for the rest of my life too. What could I possibly do to help this situation?

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    I've heard of a waiver of inadmissability, but I don't know what it is. I heard that if I could prove hardship that my husband might be able to come back to the U.S. Is this true? If so, what constitutes hardship? According to the 1996 law, he is banned from the U.S. for life for making a statement that he had already recanted. This action would force me to move out of the country for the rest of my life too. What could I possibly do to help this situation?
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