A New Pairing of Waivers: The I-601A and the I-212 - Recording (.MP3)
The long-awaited expansion of the provisional I-601A waiver now allows certain individuals with deportation orders to file an I-601A waiver if they first apply for and receive an I-212 application for permission to reapply for admission. The panelists will present tips and strategies on when, where, and how to apply for the I-212 and I-601A waivers.
- The I-212 Waiver: Who Needs to File? Who Qualifies to File in the United States?
- Who Qualifies to File for an I-601A Waiver (After Receiving an I-212 Waiver) in the United States?
- What If DHS Decides to Arrest the I-212 Applicant and Execute the Deportation Order?
- What Is a Reasonable Cause for Failure to Appear for an Individual with an In Absentia Order of Removal?
- I-212 or Motion to Reopen?
- Adjustment of Status for Arriving Aliens in Removal Proceedings or with Orders of Removal
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