A US consulate found me to have enclosed a fake letter to support my H1B petition, and denied me the visa. My wife is in America, working on H1B status and our toddler son who is US born is there too. This just happened a few months ago. Do I have any chance to get a waiver if I apply now?
Findings of fraud are a serious matter, and you may require a waiver. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney on this matter.
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You will most likely need a waiver.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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