Many people have applied for a family member to enter the United States thinking the process will go smoothly. After their loved one goes to the interview with the consulate, they are told that they are inadmissible from entering the US. Many times they will be given a time period of inadmissibility such as 10 years, 5 years or even a permanent bar from entering the US. Some of the reasons a person may be inadmissible from entering the US can be:
We provide sophisticated representation before DHS ICE for individuals with deportation orders.
Our services include: obtaining a copy of your immigration records, negotiating an Order of Supervision and employment authorization with ICE or assisting with a stay of removal while we seek to reopen your deportation if eligible.
Contact us to find out if you are eligible to reopen your immigration court to regulate your immigration status.
The information included on this page is general information as it relates to immigration services provided by the Cauley Forsythe Law Group, PLLC and does not constitute legal advice nor does it establish an attorney/client relationship. If you believe this information may assist you with your need for entry into the United States and would like legal guidance, you can contact Cauley Forsythe to learn specific information relating to this visa and how it may apply to your case.