I-130 approved, but IJ asked my spouse to file 212 waiver. What form do I need?
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Have an attorney help you with this ... it is too complicated for you to try this on your own.
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check the waivers of inadmissibility flow chart https://www.uscis.gov/i-601
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The IJ may have said "212(i)" which is the section of law regarding waivers of misrepresentation-based inadmissibility.
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