US Waiver Lawyers in Houston

If you are a Canadian who wants to visit the United States, you need to make sure in advance that you are admissible to the United States. The United States actually considers some people admissible and others inadmissible to the United States for a variety of different reasons. If you are inadmissible, you will be denied entry to the United States and be forced to return to your home country no matter what your plans were. But in some cases, you may be able to overcome your inadmissibility. 

Why would someone be refused entry to the United States?

Criminal records are one of the most common reasons that a Canadian would be inadmissible to the US. If you are inadmissible to the United States, you may be able to overcome your inadmissibility with a United States waiver. However, not all reasons for inadmissibility can be resolved with a waiver. Reasons for inadmissibility include:??- Having been unlawfully present in the United States, having been deported from the United States or having overstayed a United States visa.?- Having been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude or multiple crimes.?- Having a criminal record in Canada or the United States.?- Having a drug addiction or a history with drugs.?- Being mentally or physically ill in a way that could be dangerous to others.?- Not having enough money to cover your time in the United States.?- Having a communicable (contagious) disease such as HIV or AIDS.

United States waiver lawyers in Houston

Because there are so many different reasons someone could be inadmissible to the United States and only some of these reasons are eligible for a United States waiver, discussing your case with a licensed immigration lawyer is a good first step in determining what to do next in order to enter the United States. A United States waiver application is not an easy process, and you need to make sure that it is done properly so that you don’t risk being denied. Contact us using the phone number at the top of this page to speak with a licensed immigration attorney as soon as possible.

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