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Waivers, Litigation and Removal Defense


When someone is facing the threat of deportation (removal), it can be terrifying and heartbreaking. Neumann Law Group will take swift action on your behalf in attempt to prevent deportation. For example, grounds for removal could be that your paperwork was filed incorrectly and/or documentation was overlooked; however, there are numerous other reasons, including dishonest answers on green card applications, criminal charges, or marriage fraud. An attorney can present arguments on your behalf and bring the proper evidence to protect you and your loved ones. If a waiver is granted, it forgives any prior conduct that resulted in the deportation proceedings, and you will be allowed to remain in the United States.

Each waiver form is unique to each person. You must be able to identify the proper waiver for your situation. Instructions for filing these waivers can be found online but are difficult to navigate and any mistake could result in deportation. An experienced immigration attorney can help with identifying and filing necessary waivers for your specific situation. An Immigration Judge will usually decide whether it is appropriate to reinstate someone’s lawful permanency or to proceed with deportation. Having an advocate behind you help ease the stress of this process and make the best argument to support you is vital.

The best course of action is to hire an experienced Immigration Attorney so that you have that dedicated advocate. Your Immigration Attorney will initiate the process of filing your waivers. If for any reason at all, the application to prevent deportation is denied, Neumann Law Group will appeal the denial. One can appeal to the Board of Immigration; however, if that appeal is not successful, we will bring your claim to Court. Waiver cases are incredibly difficult to pursue and require attention to detail. Without an advocate, you may be misled into believing you do not qualify for a waiver. It is typical for ICE to take the position that you are inadmissible or deportable without evaluating the evidence.


  • Fraud and Misrepresentation, I-601 212(i)
  • Criminal waivers, I-601 212(h)
  • Removal, deportation, exclusion, I-212
  • Medical waivers
  • Nonimmigrant waivers, I-192 and 212(d)(3)
  • Provisional I-601A waivers
  • Immigrant visas and adjustment of status

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