Your question is far too board and waivers are far to complicated and specific to discuss on this forum. Please consult an experienced immigration attorney to discuss this matter with them in person.Ask a similar question
There at MANY waivers ... too many to list.
Hire an attorney .. don't go into immigration court with out an attorney.
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You would need to have in person consultation with an immigration attorney to get explanation about waiver specific application, especially if someone is in removal.
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