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Incomplete Application or Incorrect Information

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) demands precision in your Green Card application, where even minor discrepancies or omissions can lead to denial. Accuracy and completeness are essential, as errors can cast doubt on an applicant’s credibility and eligibility. Applicants should review their submissions meticulously and seek the assistance of immigration lawyers to ensure all information is accurately provided.

Criminal History

Applicants with a criminal record, especially for crimes involving moral turpitude or drug-related offenses, face heightened scrutiny and potential denial of their Green Card application. Such criminal histories necessitate a nuanced legal approach to navigate possible waivers and present a case for eligibility. The involvement of skilled immigration attorneys can be critical in overcoming these challenges.

Public Charge

The “public charge” rule can result in the denial of Green Card applications if an individual is deemed likely to rely on government assistance. This assessment considers the applicant’s financial stability, health, and ability to support themselves. Demonstrating financial independence through evidence such as affidavits of support is crucial to counteract this potential ground for denial.

Violation of Immigration Laws

Prior violations of immigration laws, including overstaying a visa or unauthorized work, significantly impact Green Card eligibility, reflecting negatively on the applicant’s compliance with U.S. laws. Addressing these violations requires a strategic legal approach, potentially involving waivers and evidence of subsequent law adherence. Legal representation provides essential guidance in mitigating the effects of past infractions.

Health-Related Grounds

Certain health conditions that pose a public health risk or indicate potential reliance on government assistance can lead to Green Card application denial. Applicants may need to undergo medical examinations to prove they do not pose a public health risk and are not likely to become a public charge due to health reasons. In some instances, obtaining a waiver or demonstrating health insurance coverage may help overcome these health-related inadmissibility grounds.

How an Immigration Lawyer Can Help

The journey to a U.S. Green Card  requires careful preparation and attention to detail. While denials can happen, taking proactive steps and working with a dedicated immigration lawyer  can significantly improve your chances of a successful outcome.

If you’re considering applying for a Green Card, contact IBP Immigration Law to start building a strong case. Our team of skilled immigration attorneys is here to support you every step of the way.

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