I am currently 25yrs old and have petitioned for my mother who EWI back in 85",she has never left the US and although my petition I-130 was approved about 2 months ago and now recently received the NVC paperwork I am weary as to push forward with the NVC as I heard that if she is to leave for the CD Jaurez interview she may face the 3/10 yr. ban. However I am informed that there is a waiver holding approval at USCIS known as the I-601A 'Extreme Hardship" that if approved can allow me to go ahead and pay the I-601 fee along with the 'Letter of Extreme Hardship' to a local Lockbox here in US without the need of her having to leave. I believe I can qualify as I have a sick sister who was born with medical conditions and my father was clinically diagnosed with depression.Any info appreciated.
You would be foolish to attempt to file this on your own or even more foolish to have a "notario" or another "paper filler" assist you with the waiver or any other complicated immigration process such as this. You need to retain the services of an experienced immigration attorney. I will be more than happy to assist you in this laborious process.
If you do not want to harm your mother's case, please do not send her to Juarez with a self-prepared waiver. First of all, it is not quite evident from the facts you are giving to us that you mother is eligible to apply for a waiver (leave along getting an approval). You are running a great risk of sending her to Juarez just to learn that no waiver is available in her case.
Second, even if your mother has a qualifying relative (which would be either her spouse or her parent), the new provisional waiver application process is not in effect yet.
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