Northern Virginia 1-601 Waiver Lawyer
If you are facing removal from the U.S. or have been asked to leave the U.S. under an order of voluntary departure, your departure from the U.S. may cause you to trigger a three or ten year bar for unlawful presence. In some cases, you may have triggered the unlawful presence bar by traveling on an advance parole travel document and are trying to resume your application for adjustment of status. If you are inadmissible because you have triggered the unlawful presence bar, you can apply for a waiver of this bar by showing extreme hardship to your U.S. or legal permanent resident spouse or parent.
How Our Law Firm Helps With Waivers
Immigration Attorney, Omiga Cape, of Cape Immigration Law Group, PLLC, in Alexandria, VA is available to help people who may qualify for an unlawful presence waiver through all phases of the process:
- Preparing and filing the I-601 waiver application
- Gathering evidence in support of the waiver application
- Preparing and finalizing the waiver application for submission to USCIS, the Immigration Court or the U.S. Embassy
- Representation before USCIS and at Immigration Court hearings
Contact a Virginia Unlawful Presence Waiver Lawyer
Call or e-mail the law firm to discuss your particular waiver situation and learn how we can increase your chances of having a successful waiver application. Cape Immigration Law Group serves visitors and immigrants to the U.S. in Alexandria, Arlington, Virginia, and the Washington, D.C. area.