Overcoming INA 212(a)(6)(E) Inadmissibility: A Successful Case

Facing an INA 212(a)(6)(E) charge for alien smuggling can be a daunting experience, but with the right legal guidance, overcoming this challenge is possible. Our client, a dedicated father, found himself in this exact situation after attempting to reunite with his family in the United States. Accused of smuggling his younger brother across the border, he was deemed inadmissible and faced the risk of being permanently separated from his loved ones.

Our legal team meticulously reviewed his case, identifying critical inconsistencies and leveraging the nuances of immigration law. Through diligent preparation and compelling representation, we were able to present a strong case to the immigration authorities.

After a rigorous legal battle, we successfully won his case on appeal, overturning the INA 212(a)(6)(E) charge. This victory not only allowed him to obtain a visa to enter the United States but also set a precedent for others facing similar challenges. Our client’s story is a testament to the importance of skilled legal advocacy and achieving justice. His perseverance and our dedicated efforts ensured that he could provide for his family and contribute to his community, proving that with the right support, overcoming an INA 212(a)(6)(E) charge is attainable.

Do you have a similar case or one that seems hopeless? Don’t be discouraged. We have successfully handled many complex cases. If you are facing a similar inadmissibility issue, contact us by phone at 305 515 0613 or email us at info@messersmithlaw.com.

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