Post-Deportation Applications

Post-Deportation Applications

If you have been deported from the United States, it is likely to be extremely difficult for you to obtain permission to return permanently. As you can imagine, there are unique challenges for someone applying for re-admittance to the country after their deportation, starting with a flat period of inadmissibility. During this period (which can range from just five years to a permanent ban), any application to enter the country will be denied outright without a waiver.  

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Immigration officials are naturally hesitant to allow someone back into the United States after they have broken immigration laws. That’s why applying for legal re-admission to the country can be a lengthy, complicated legal process. Retaining an experienced immigration attorney before submitting your paperwork can help you be ready for the complex process of re-admission and drastically improve your chances of re-admission.


I-212 Application Process

The I-212 Form is the Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission Into the United States After Deportation or Removal and it allows foreigners currently banned from the country to get a waiver that allows them to apply for a visa, either as a visitor or resident. This nine-part form covers your personal information, reasons for application, biographical information, employment history, and much more.

Many applicants find the assistance provided by firms like Martinez Immigration really helpful during this process. Once the I-212 form has been filed, it takes between six and 12 months to hear back from USCIS. Once it’s approved, you can schedule another interview with the U.S. consulate or embassy to get your visa and start your journey back to America.

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