Solving the Mysteries of the I-212 Waiver-Recording (.MP3)
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Form I-212 is the Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal. When, where, and how to use it, however, often causes confusion. The panelists will discuss procedures for using the I-212 waiver for individuals inside the United States, outside the United States, and in removal proceedings.
- When Can You Use the I-212 Waiver?
- Where Do You File the Application?
- What Factors Does the Adjudicator Take into Consideration?
- Can the Form Be Filed with an Immigration Judge?
- Best Practices in Filing
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