What is a Hardship Waiver?
In many cases of immigration to the U.S., an individual leaves their country to seek a job and provide a better life for their loved ones who remained in their native country,. in the hopes that their family would one day be able to join them in the U.S. This is a very common story of immigration to the U.S., yet it can still be incredibly challenging to bring relatives and loved ones here through the route of obtaining a green card or immigrant visa. It’s highly probable that your relatives living in your home country are determined to be inadmissible to the U.S. and are consequently ineligible for a visa. However, this is not the end of the line. There are still ways to be reunited with your loved ones,. and one of those ways is by filing a hardship waiver. Filing a hardship waiver is a notoriously complex process,. as there are many different types of hardship waivers depending on the background and circumstances of your relative (such as the I-601, I-601A, or the I-212). Therefore, having skilled legal counsel to make sure you are correctly following the process of filing a hardship waiver is your best chance at bringing your loved one to the U.S. At Brooks Law, we know how heartbreaking it can be when you’re separated from those that you love,. but being denied a visa is not the end of the line for your relative or loved one to live in the U.S. with you. If you are trying to bring a relative or loved one into the U.S. and are looking to file a hardship waiver,. read below to see how Brooks Law can help.