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My husband will need a 601 and 212 waiver. We are applying in India. Should we file the 485 first then get the denial letter and then file the waivers or should I file the 485 and the 2 waivers at the same time? Has anyone ever had waivers approved in India? What is the processing times? His fraud waiver is basically because he was a victim of a fake i94 from his employers lawyer but the ice agent told him if he took the plea he would help him get his papers. But then the ice agent backed out.

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485 is for adjusting in country.

Waivers are filed at the lockbox


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You husband visa need to be denied at us consulate in India ,then the co will inform him if he is eligible to file a waiver of inadmissibility which is I 601 & I 212 to overcome his deportation .these both app can be filed at once .good luck

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hi

no, the i485 is only if your husband were in the US and adjusting status, any lawyer that told you to file that form, run from them, they have no idea

as said, he will have his interview in India and be denied, he will receive a reply stating if he is eligible to file for the waivers and you to file the hardship letters

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Thanks for all the great info. What would be a reason for him not to be eligible for a waiver?

9c is the most common one.

False claim to US Citizenship.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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I have been diagnosed with acute major depression and I have precancerous cells of my cervix I had 3 miscarriages and I am pregnant now which is considered a high risk pregnancy.

9c is the most common one.

False claim to US Citizenship.

So this is available for a waiver correct?

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How long does the appointment time for the Indian Embassy take after the NVC gets all your papers? And how long does the 601 or 212 usually take? We have an approved I-130, but hubby self deported to comply with removal order for illegal entry.

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