Non-Immigrant Waiver Approved for Indian National


Client applied for a B-1 Business Visa in 2009, but the US Embassy in India denied his application, claiming that he had misrepresented facts regarding his eligibility. He eventually became a Canadian citizen, and when he tried to use his Canadian passport to enter the U.S., he was again denied entry based on the previous fraud finding. Attorney Furqan filed his non-immigrant waiver and argued that the application denial in 2009 was a misunderstanding. Included with the waiver application was evidence of the applicant’s continued employment and the absence of any criminal history. CBP approved the waiver, allowing the applicant to be present at a family reunion in Plano, TX.

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