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Also known as a Waiver of Inadmissibility, is a pardon for a violation of Immigration Policy.
Applying for a Waiver is a overwhelming process, but necessary if you desire to get a visa in the future.
You must fill the necessary forms, as well as provide evidence of extreme hardship, like documents of identity and relationships, photographs, evidence of employment, and other documents.
It is important to talk with an attorney before commencing any kind of process, that way they can orient you to make the right decisions and select the right kind of waiver you need depending on your situation.
To be elegible you must prove that you or your U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident, spouse, parent would suffer extreme hardship if the application were denied.
You are not inadmissible due to any of these reasons:
You are at least 17 years old.