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  • Kumar555
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    Why don't you give the Sec....of INA Completely
    which you refer to subsection and so on
    Thanks

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  • Houston
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    Subsection (h) states:
    "The Attorney General may, in his discretion, waive the application of subparagraphs (A)(i)(I), (B), (D), and (E) of subsection (a)(2)..."

    That alone is pretty clear.

    (This is not legal advice).

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  • Engaged
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    is waiver 212(H) used in both cases of aggrevated felony and crimes of moral turpitude? Is that also the waiver for multiple criminal convictions?

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  • sappyconifer
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    Once deported, if the alien wishes to be permitted reentry prior to sitting out the bar period, then a waiver would be required.

    Unless there is a permanent bar of admissibility, once the period of bar has been satisfied, then no waiver would be required. You should pop over to http://www.immigrate2us.net to review the waiver procedures. There are many members on that forum who've gone through the process.

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  • Engaged
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    I have a question... I know that there exists a waiver of inadmissibility for people who have been convicted of an aggrevated felony, if that person was never a GC holder. However, if a person, was not yet an LPR but was in the process, already had his work permitt when he/she was convited and subsequently deported, does this apply to them also even if the person was not yet an LPR?

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    waiver of inadmissibility

    I have a question... I know that there exists a waiver of inadmissibility for people who have been convicted of an aggrevated felony, if that person was never a GC holder. However, if a person, was not yet an LPR but was in the process, already had his work permitt when he/she was convited and subsequently deported, does this apply to them also even if the person was not yet an LPR?
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