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Form I-212 and I-192 Approvals for U.S. Visits Following Controlled Substance Trafficking Offense and Deportation with Aggravated Felony Conviction = A True Success Story

Nine years after he was removed from the U.S., due to a serious drug offense, our client, a Canadian citizen, received a Consent to Reapply for Admission and 212(d)(3) waiver for temporary U.S. visits. He thought it was impossible for him to come back, until we explained what he needed to do.

In episode 15 of The Legal Immigrant, attorney Dyan Williams tells a true success story about a former green card holder who was removed from the United States, after he was convicted and completed his sentence for a controlled substance offense, which made him permanently inadmissible on four grounds:

1) INA 212(a)(2)(a)(i)(I) (crime involving moral turpitude)

2) INA 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(II) (controlled substance violation)

3) INA 212(a)(2)(C) (controlled substance trafficking)

4) INA 212(a)(9)(A)(ii) (removal order with aggravated felony conviction)

With two consultations and, eventually, representation from Dyan Williams Law, our client received Form I-212 (Consent to Reapply for Admission) and Form I-192 (212(d)(3) waiver) approvals to make temporary U.S. visits.

This is a true success story at Dyan Williams Law.

To hear more on this success story, click HERE for Episode 15 on The Legal Immigrant podcast or find it on Apple Podcasts.

To watch the YouTube video, click HERE.

To read the transcript, click HERE

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The Legal Immigrant provides general information only from Dyan Williams Law. It is based on law, regulations and policy that are subject to change. Do not consider it as legal advice. Each case is different. Even cases that seem similar can have different outcomes.