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    Yes, you will need a waiver and to get one yoru son will have to demonstrate EXTREME hardship for HIM if you do not get such a waiver. Extreme hardship is more than just separation. For example, if he was financially dependant upon you (does not seem likely) or other reasons which, at first glance, do not appear likely. Nonetheless, you will need a waiver because the ineligibility does not "go away" until you are 90.

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    actually, what happened was, I won lottery vise few years back and summitted as high school graduated, actually I am not and later being subject to the 212(a)6(c)i
    Now my son is become USC and planning to apply for immigrant visa and do i need waiver or how to process??
    Thanks.

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    thanks for the reply.
    actually 212(a)6(c)(i)

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    Is this 212 (a) 6 (c) (i) or (ii)? There is a BIG difference between the two.

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    Is anyone know how to get the waiver for the 212(a)6(c) ?

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    Is anyone know how to get the waiver for the 212(a)6(c) ?
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