Immigration Success Stories – INA 212(a)(2)(D)(i)

Immigration Success Stories – INA 212(a)(2)(D)(i) When a foreign national tries to enter the U.S., CBP can deny the entry if CBP believes the foreign national engaged in prostitution within the last 10 years or because they desire to enter the US to engage in prostitution. This generally results in a 10 year ban but […]

Proclamation 10043

Proclamation 10043 – Suspension of Entry as Nonimmigrants of Certain Students and Researchers From the People’s Republic of China The entry into the United States as a nonimmigrant of any national of the PRC seeking to enter the United States pursuant to an F or J visa to study or conduct research in the United […]

Immigrant Visa Denial

Immigrant Visa Denial There are many reasons that could lead to an immigrant visa denial.  Over the years, we have successfully helped many people overcome immigrant visa denials and reunite families.  The proper way to overcome an immigrant visa denial is to, first, determine why the immigrant visa was denied originally.  The most common situation […]

Embassy Determination of Inadmissibility – Misrepresentation – 212(a)(6)(C)

My name is [REDACTED] from [REDACTED]I was last year in [REDACTED] worked like cahier in one company,it was student program. I applied this year for the same situation,but something horrible happend. My friend from my college given me a just one fake paper from university all another papers were regular,I didnt know it was fake […]

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212(a)(6)(C)(i) Fraud or Misrepresentation

212(a)(6)(C)(i) Fraud or Misrepresentation Inadmissibility Series INA 212– Part I 212(a)(6)(C)(i) Fraud or Misrepresentation Section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 lists a series of classes of foreign nationals who are inadmissible to the United States.  Some classes are complete bars and others allow specific types of waivers of inadmissibility.  If you […]