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Unpub. IJ 212(k) Waiver Victory

Cyrus D. Mehta writes: "T he issue in this case was whether the Respondent, who was issued an Immigrant Visa, could be admitted even though his US citizen spouse indicated at the airport that she wished to withdraw the I-130 petition, which she did three days later. Respondent was charged with inadmissibility...

Moral of 212(k) Waiver Case: Don't Try to Settle Personal Disputes Via Immigration Law

"When two parties are in a personal dispute, and one of them is not a U.S. citizen, it is often tempting to use the immigration system to seek a remedy. For instance, the desire to see someone you are feuding with get deported from the United States may be tempting. However, the immigration system...