On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced a series of executive orders expanding the legal rights and opportunities available to certain undocumented foreign nationals. These rights include the right to work and the right to be free from deportation. Our Firm is dedicated to assisting foreign nationals obtain lawful immigration status here in the United States!
A J exchange visitor who is subject to the Section 212(e) home residency requirement may request a waiver of this requirement. The U.S. Department of State or U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may grant such a waiver on a number of grounds. Call now to speak with an attorney to discuss your J-1 waiver options. Not yet ready to speak with an attorney? Read on to learn more.
Inadmissibility waiver applications require that you show that a qualifying relative who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident would suffer extreme hardship if the immigrant applicant were denied entry or removed from the U.S. Contact our attorneys today for more information on how you and your family can continue to live together in the United States by obtaining a waiver of inadmissibility.
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Non-immigrant Benefits Categories:
- E-1 (Treaty Trader & Treaty Investor)
- F-1 (Student Visas)
- H-1B (Specialty Worker)
- J-1 Waiver (Exchange Program Participants)
- J-1 Advisory Opinion
- L-1 (Intra-company Transferees)
- O-1 (Outstanding Researcher)
- R-1 (Religious Workers)
- Change/Extension of Non-immigrant Status
Employment-based Immigration Categories:
- NIW (National Interest Waiver)
- EB-1(a) (Alien of Extraordinary Ability)
- EB-1(b) (Outstanding Professors/Researchers)
- EB-1(c) (Multinational Manager or Executive)
- PERM Labor Certification
- EB-2 Based on PERM (Advanced Degree/Exceptional Ability)
- EB-3 Based on PERM (Professionals, skilled workers and other workers)
- EB-4 (Special Immigrant & Religious Workers)
- EB-5 (Investor Visa)
- Adjustment of Status
- Concurrent Filing of I-140 & I-485