I understand that hiring an attorney is the prudent thing to do, and I probably will end up doing so. I just want to be informed before moving forward. Having said that, if I graduated from a legitimate university with a legitimate I-20 in the US, and then obtained a new I-20 by enrolling in an institution that was later busted as a "sham university" (institutions that give out immigration benefits in the form of I-20), would I be eligible to file a waiver of grounds of inadmissibility? I got married to a USC and my spouse filed for me as an immediate relative. During the interview, the immigration officer asked me to provide the transcripts of that school. That school no longer operates. What are some options at this point?