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1. A foreign national who has been illegally present in the United States (“U.S”) for more than six months or one year, and is applying to be in the United States within the proscribed/prohibited period of time bar, will need an I-601 extreme hardship waiver (“I-601 waiver”) if he/she is to be allowed to return or remain to the U.S.

 

2. Under certain circumstances, a green card holders or lawful permanent residents (even for those who have lived in the U.S. for most of their lives), may need an I-601 extreme hardship waiver (“I-601 waiver”) if he/she is to be allowed to remain or return to the U.S.

3. A foreign national who has certain criminal history may need an I-601 extreme hardship waiver (“I-601 waiver”) if he/she is to be allowed to enter, return or remain to the U.S.

4. A foreign national who has certain criminal history may need an I-601 extreme hardship waiver (“I-601 waiver”) if he/she is to be allowed to enter, return or remain to the U.S.

5. A foreign national who has certain communicable diseases, substance predicament, or medical deficiency or physical/mental disorder may need an I-601 extreme hardship waiver (“I-601 waiver”) if he/she is to be allowed to enter, return or remain to the U.S.

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“Aik Wan's work is very thorough and she pays a tremendous attention to detail ensuring you the best and fastest outcome for your immigration trial. I have used her services twice; once to obtain an H1-B visa and once for my greencard application. Both times she was able to convince the US immigration department to give me my documents way sooner then is average. My greencard case was fully approved in even less then 4 weeks. I can't wait to use her services for my naturalization.”
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