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      Filing an I-601A Waiver if You Married a U.S. Citizen

      Did you learn that you are inadmissible to the United States? Watch this video about filing an I-601A waiver if you married a U.S. citizen to learn more.




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        Did you learn that you are inadmissible to the United States? Watch this video about filing an I-601A waiver if you married a U.S. citizen to learn more.


        Question:

        Is a I-601A waiver possible for someone who married an American citizen?

        Answer:

        We were asked not too long ago if a person that could get a 601 waiver if they were married to an American citizen. What that means is basically that the person entered the United States illegally and is now looking to stay and get their visa as they’re married to an American citizen. That’s technically how you should go about it. A 601A waiver is a request for the government not to have you go back to the state or the country that you’re from but to allow you to stay and forgive your entrance into the United States illegally and since you have a K petition for marriage, that would be a way for you to stay, ask for forgiveness for the government for your entering illegally originally, depending on your circumstances, and it always depends on your specific circumstances. You may or may not be allowed to stay in the United States while you petition for a marriage visa, as they call it, is approved. Once they approve, you would have your green card. It’s definitely allowed and it’s one of the ways that you can remain here while you’re doing your other immigration procedures, such as the K one with the marriage. For this or any other questions, feel free to give us a call. We’d be happy to discuss it with you.


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