U.S. immigration laws are complex and the results of a negative decision in your case can be very serious and sometimes harsh. Depending on your unique circumstances, you may be at risk of deportation. In other cases, leaving the United States may put you at risk of being barred from returning. For those outside the U.S., you may be considered inadmissible–unable to re- enter the United States–unless you qualify for a waiver.
A knowledgeable immigration attorney can help you understand the relevant legal issues, and where possible, seek out the appropriate legal remedy, which may filing an application for a waiver with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), seeking a waiver or cancellation of removal in immigration court, or pursuing a waiver through a U.S. consulate abroad.
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