Many times people are applying for either the Green Card or a Nonimmigrant Visa, but cannot get into the U.S. because of past criminal conduct. There are many types of convictions that can be waived.
Waivers are allowed by law to permit that person to submit the necessary evidence to convince Immigration that the ground making them inadmissible should be 'waived' and that they should be allowed into the U.S. Don't let past crimes deter you from applying for status in the U.S. This Video Series will give you the knowledge and procedures in general how to do a Waiver and what is required. The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC.
The law practice consists of Immigration and Nationality Law and everything involved with and regarding immigration which includes citizenship, investment visas, family and employment visas, removal and deportation hearings, appeals, waivers, adjustment, consulate processing and all types of immigration and citizenship matters. Thousands of families have been reunited and/or permitted to stay in the U.S. and/or return to the U.S. because of the successful work of Immigration Attorney Brian D. Lerner.
One of the biggest reasons people cannot adjust or get into the U.S. is because they committed a crime. However, it may be possible to do a Criminal Waiver and if approved, you will be admissible to the U.S.
There are many different items necessary to properly submit a Criminal Waiver. Come watch the training so you can have a much better chance of getting the Criminal Waiver approved.