Tag: Immigration and Nationality Act

Just because someone has grounds for inadmissibility, that doesn't mean they are ineligible for a visa or green card.

Waivers of Inadamissibility

Waivers of Inadmissibility Inadmissibility is a term that means a barrier to receiving a visa or green card.   Consequently, in the United States there are specific grounds that can lead to inadmissibility of entry into the U.S. Grounds for Inadmissibility: Health-related grounds Economic Grounds Criminal Grounds Moral Grounds Violation of Entry or Documentation Other…

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The case In re Shanu reveals there may be different types of admission into the U.S.

Admission & Immigration Law

Changes in Immigration Law Admission is an important concept in the world of immigration law.  The basic body of immigration law in the United States is the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) of 1952.  Before the creation of the INA, unorganized statutes governed immigration law.  Consequently, the INA codified and reorganized the structure of immigration…

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