- I-601A Waiver is a provisional waiver of the unlawful presence grounds of inadmissibility under Immigration and Nationality Act Section 212 (a)(9)(B), before departing the United States to appear at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate for an immigrant visa interview. To apply for the I-601A waiver, please visit the USCIS
***The I-601A waiver is conditional. If you have any other ineligibility, this waiver is no longer valid. You must request a new waiver.
For applicants who have the I-601A waiver approved or pending: If the petitioner or the joint sponsor does not meet the financial requirements at the time the applicant attends his interview at the American Embassy in Tegucigalpa, I-601A waiver will be invalidated. It is very important that the petitioner or joint sponsor meet the financial requirements. Read the Poverty Guidelines. This is one of the ways you can qualify as a sponsor. The third column presents the required income.
For example: the sponsor is married with 2 children = 4 people + 1 beneficiary = 5 people. Check the income line for 5 people.
- I-601 Waiver is a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility. To apply for this waiver (Form I-601), visit the USCIS.
- I-212 Permit for Re-Entry is a permission to Re-Apply for Admission into the United States after Deportation or Removal. To obtain a permit to reapply (Form I-212), visit the USCIS.