Immigation Office of Peter G. Smith
If you are an illegal immigrant, if you are in removal proceedings, if you are inadmissible to US because of a past criminal conviction or immigration violation, a 601 waiver or 212 waiver might help you get or keep a green card.
You must have a spouse or child who is a US citizen or green card holder.
You must show that your absence will create "extreme hardship" on either your spouse or child.
For cancellation of removal you must also demonstrate either 7 or 10 continuous years of residence in the USA.
What Hardship Waiver Evidence Do I Need?
You will need evidence of:
• Financial Hardship
• Psychological Hardship
• Medical Hardship
• Good Moral Character
• Conditions in Your Native Country
An I-601 Waiver, I-212 Waiver, and Cancellation of Removal can keep your family together.