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Recent USCIS Trend Shows High Rate of Denial for I-601A Provisional Waivers
Recent USCIS Trend Shows High Rate of Denial for I-601A Provisional Waivers

Since the provisional unlawful presence waiver program was initiated in March 4, 2013, we have seen that the USCIS has been denying a lot of these waiver applications for reasons that don’t seem to make sense. The regulations say that “If USCIS determines that there is ...

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Blog posts in September, 2013

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