In this video, attorney Dyan Williams explains the remedy to obtaining a visa or lawful admission to the U.S. when you are barred due to a removal order, illegal re-entry, or aggravated felony conviction. The Consent to Reapply for Admission (I-212 Waiver) is needed when you are inadmissible under INA 212(a)(9)(A) and INA 212(a)(9)(C).
Get answers to these frequently asked questions:
1) Do I need a visa with the CTR?
2) Do I qualify for the CTR?
3) What must I prove to get the CTR?
4) How do I file for the CTR?
5) Do I need an attorney to file for the CTR?
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Contact Dyan for advice and guidance on the Consent to Reapply for Admission (I-212 Waiver).
This video provides general information and is for educational purposes only. Do not consider it as legal advice for any individual case or situation. U.S. immigration laws, regulations and policies are subject to change. The sharing or receipt of this information does not create an attorney-client relationship.