01 October 2012

CELLA & ASSOCIATES WINS APPROVAL OF APPLICATION FOR I-601 WAIVER OF GROUNDS OF INADMISSABILITY FOR IMMIGRANT VISA CASE IN BELGRADE CONSULATE

Spouse of USC Can Now Enter United States as a Lawful Permanent Resident Despite Prior Finding of Inadmissibility For Fraud or Misrepresentation of a Material Fact.

Cella & Associates is pleased to be able to announce that it’s Application for a Waiver of a Ground of Inadmissibility for Fraud or Misrepresentation of a Material Fact has been approved by the USCIS Nebraska Service Center. Said approval was then sent to the US Consulate in Belgrade for final processing to the beneficiary-spouse’s immigrant visa application.

Now, the Serbian spouse of her USC Petitioner may rejoin her husband and their USC child in the United States despite a finding that she had previously misrepresented a material fact in a prior immigration/consular matter.

The I-601 Waiver application was processed and adjudicated in just under seven weeks from the date of filing.

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