Im a USA citizen i filed I-130 for my husband. He entered United States as an Immigrant he was in USA for over a year,he voluntary went out of USA for hes interview but was denied,and asked to filed a waiver.We didnt filed for a waiver he rentry USA for the second time with out Inspection. I wanted to know if my husband can qualify for the Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers. Thank you.
More information is needed to assess whether your husband qualifies for the waiver. For instance, it is important to know why his visa was denied at the first interview and what type of waiver he was required to submit. Does he have a criminal conviction? I will be happy to discuss this case further with you. My office number is 7574649224. Our phone consultations are free of charge.
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Looks like your husband may face a permanent bar... It is best if you guys consult with an attorney and provide all the facts...
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He may be able to qualify for the provisional unlawful presence waiver, but only if the only issue in his case is the fact that he was unlawfully present in the US, if he has other issues in his case, such as criminal convictions, he cannot qualify for the provisional unlawful presence waiver. You should consult with an experience immigration attorney to determine your options.
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