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Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved to Overcome Drug Trafficking Finding

Published: Sep 24, 2009 Source: My Source

 

Our client is a Canadian citizen.  Sixteen years ago she was arrested for attempting to smuggle a hockey bag full of marijuana into the United States .  Because of her tender years, and the fact that she had been taken advantage of by a Columbian drug smuggler, she was placed in a Pre-trial Intervention Program and avoided a criminal conviction.

Eight years ago, Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against her because of this incident.  After trial, she was allowed to withdraw her application for admission over the objection of the Department of Homeland Security, and as a result, she was not ordered deported from the United States .  However, the underlying ground involving illicit drug trafficking remained.

We then applied for a non-immigrant waiver for her, supported by our Legal Brief and various exhibits showing why she was eligible for relief.  The waiver has now been granted for multiple entries as a visit for business and pleasure.

 

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