The targeted goal is 4-6 months. If everything is approved after the consular interview the person comes back and green card arrives within a month. Do yourself and your family a favor - hire an experienced attorney. 601s are difficult.
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Waivers are not something that you should file on your own. It is very important that you hire a immigration attorney who has experience in waiver practice. Waivers are highly detailed and document oriented packages. Poorly documented and hastily submitted packets could lead to waste of both time and money. In general, best case scenario, it takes 4-6 months for waivers to be adjudicated. Good luck with your waiver application.
First of all, no one knows that. It is always a risk that you take. As you know, provisional waiver is not guaranteed. It may be a short trip. It may be a permanent return to your home country. This is why doing it without an attorney as an extra risk you take. If you do have an attorney, ask these questions there, not on Avvo.
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I agree with both of my colleagues. I would add that you might look to Avvo to find your attorney. It's a wonderful resource.
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