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Extreme Hardship Evaluation (I-601 & I-601 a Waivers, Cancellation of Removal)

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Extreme hardship evaluation is more than your qualifying relative would typically face if you were refused entry or sent home. REB Human Services with the help of I-601 & I-601 a Waivers, Cancellation of Removal can waive any grounds of inadmissibility.

Forms I-601 and I-601A are used, respectively, to make requests for exemptions from the immigration services of the United States of America. They are similar to one another. For each form, it must be shown, for instance, that a spouse or parent who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident will incur “extreme hardship” if the requested waiver is refused. This is required even if the waiver is not being requested for the applicant. The forms, on the other hand, are not interchangeable, and they must be filled out by various categories of persons for a variety of reasons. The request that is made on Form I-601 and is labeled Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility is commonly referred to as a hardship waiver. On the other hand, Form I-601A is known as a Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver. The various iterations are summarized in the following list.

By completing Form I-601 with the help of REB Human Services, an applicant has the opportunity to try to have ANY grounds for inadmissibility waived. In contrast, the use of Form I-601A is ONLY ALLOWED for the purpose of attempting to WAIVE an inadmissibility based on unlawful presence. When a person enters the nation illegally and continues to physically reside there while having no legal standing, this is an example of a common scenario in which this occurs.

Form I-601 is then sent to the relevant consular authority or to USCIS after it has been determined that the individual does not meet the criteria for admission. As its name implies, Form I-601 is a request to waive admission based on one or more of the grounds for inadmissibility. Form I-601 is then filed when a finding of inadmissibility has been made. The timing is very important given that the reasons for inadmissibility are not disclosed until after a decision has been made by the consular officer.

On the other hand, REB Human Services helps you if you have the option of submitting Form I-601A even if you are still in the United States and waiting for a consular interview. In point of fact, the I-601A was developed with the intention of shortening the amount of time that families are required to spend apart.

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires that both form I-601 and form I-601A be filed from inside the nation. This is true regardless of whether your interview took place with an embassy or a USCIS office. According to the aforementioned list, one of the reasons for rejection is illegal presence inside the United States. If a person is denied entrance into the nation and then leaves the country, it is possible that they may be denied readmission into the country. Six months to one year of unauthorized presence in the United States may result in a prohibition on entrance and readmission that lasts for three years. After more than a year of unauthorized presence in the United States, an individual may be denied entrance or readmission for a period of ten years. People living in the United States may use Form I-601A in order to apply for a waiver of the unlawful presence they have been living in the country for a number of reasons, including extreme hardship.

To get more information contact the REB Human Services today and get consultations about Extreme Hardship Evaluation (I-601 & I-601 a Waivers, Cancellation of Removal).

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REB Human Services was founded by Ryan E. Bates. Ryan Bates has a brilliant mission to offer affordable and fast Immigrant Evaluations to clients who are already feeling stressed by the process and traumas.

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