I-212 and I-192 Approvals for U.S. Visits Following Conviction and Deportation = True Success Story

A Canadian citizen wished to enter the U.S. to reunite with his U.S. citizen parents and sibling. But a decade-old conviction for Conspiracy to Import Ecstasy into the U.S. and his deportation, which followed his release from prison, barred him on four inadmissibility grounds:

1) INA 212(a)(2)(a)(i)(I) (crime involving moral turpitude)
2) INA 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(II) (controlled substance violation)
3) INA 212(a)(2)(C) (controlled substance trafficking)
4) INA 212(a)(9)(A)(ii) (removal order with aggravated felony conviction)

With two consultations and, eventually, representation from Dyan Williams Law, the former green card holder received Form I-212 (Consent to Reapply for Admission) and Form I-192 (212(d)(3) waiver) approvals to make temporary U.S. visits. 

This is a true success story at Dyan Williams Law.

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