Our Immigration Lawyers Can Help You
In case of one’s removal from the United States of America under the Immigration & Nationality Act and inadmissibility to the American premises, the consent for reapplication is not as simple a process as it might sound. The sheer load of documents, evidence, and details that you must submit are enough to make this process quite tiresome. Also, the complexity of the case increases if you are replying after a significant amount of time post deportation.
In such a situation, the United States government doesn’t take away your right to apply again for admission. For the processing, however, you need a sharp and experienced legal counsel to manage the application with you and guide you through the proceedings. The immigration lawyers at HesMyLawyer have ample experience in helping people reapply for consent to readmission and can assist you adequately in the process. The first free of cost consultation appointment with our attorneys would help you understand your case and the legal options in detail. Contact us today to book the appointment.
How Can You Reapply For Admission To The U.S.?
Legal re-entry to the United States is possible for people who have been deported due to any reason but requires going through a stringent process. The process begins with the submission of Form I-212 through a designated agency, a U.S. lockbox, or the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This form is submitted with essential documents like the ones explaining the reason for your deportation, any relatives still residing in the U.S., their residency/citizenship status, etc. Once that is done, you would need to wait for a notification of acceptance of your application.
The process is demanding at several levels; the detailed documentation and then being present for questioning in an interview. The entire procedure requires meticulousness and attention to detail at every step. However, being in touch with a team of qualified and adept immigration lawyers can reduce the hassle and ensure the most favorable outcomes for you.