DHS will publish in the Federal Register a final rule that will expand eligibility for provisional unlawful presence waivers to all individuals who are statutorily eligible for the unlawful presence waiver and who can establish extreme hardship to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR) spouse or parent. This final rule adopts the proposed rule published on July 22, 2015, with changes made in response to comments received.
We filed a provisional waiver application and the same was approved. However, U.S. consulate/ embassy, Philippines denied the immigrant visa based on unlawful presence and fraud waiver (he entered the USA as Crewman initially). We filed a waiver application and the same has been approved by the USCIS.
The BIA ruled that after an immigration judge has set a deadline for filing relief, the respondent’s opportunity to file the application may be deemed waived, prior…
Permission to Reenter, Provisional Waiver and Immigrant Visa based on marriage to a U.S. citizen approved for Client from Guyana.