File Name: section 212 a 5 a of the immigration and nationality act .zip
- Immigration Act 2009
- Visa Refusals under Section 221(G) or 212(A) of the Immigration and Nationality Act
- Examining Who is Eligible to Seek Relief Under Former Section 212(c)
- Immigration Act 2009
Under the INA an alien can be removed for acts that rendered him inadmissible at the time of admission and an alien can be removed for committing prohibited acts after his admission to the United States. Some of these grounds of deportation contain wording which requires an admission following the alleged deportable conduct. Congress failed to explicitly cover this situation when it enacted IIRIRA or in any subsequent amendments, and the Ninth Circuit has been left to resolve this issue. For example, although the statute is silent on this possibility, Congress may have intended to include the ground of deportability codified as INA section a 2 A iii to apply to an individual who adjusted his status.
Immigration Act 2009
Form I is for a particular inadmissible immigrant and nonimmigrant population that is seeking permission to reapply for admission into the United States also known as "consent to reapply" after they have been excluded, deported, or removed from the United States or had been unlawfully present in the United States for an aggregate period of more than 1 year, and subsequently entered or attempted to reenter the United States without being admitted. If any of the noted sections apply to you and you are not required to obtain a visa to enter the United States as a non-immigrant, you may file Form I at a U. The Form I and accompanying documents must be filed in advance of travel. Nonimmigrants who electronically filed via e-SAFE and completed biometrics at ports of entry will receive a confirmation email when the application is submitted to CBP. Processing times will range from 60 to 90 days from the day the biometrics are completed. In addition to the required evidence stated on the revised Form I Instructions, the following additional documentation should be submitted with the Form I Bank drafts, cashier's checks, certified checks, personal checks and money orders must be drawn on U.
Visa Refusals under Section 221(G) or 212(A) of the Immigration and Nationality Act
Enter search terms. Print This Page. Agency filings affecting this section. Immigrants who are not required to have a sponsor include those with the following status with U. A quarter of work earned by the following people is counted toward the forty qualifying quarters:.
Examining Who is Eligible to Seek Relief Under Former Section 212(c)
The INA collected many provisions and reorganized the structure of immigration law. The U. Code is a collection of all the laws of the United States. Title 8 of the U.
Immigration Act 2009
The Immigration and Nationality Act of Pub. It came into effect on June 27, In it was replaced by the Immigration and Nationality Act of Before the Immigration and Nationality Act of , a variety of statutes governed immigration law but were not organized within one body of text. The Immigration and Nationality Act of was debated and passed in the context of Cold War -era fears and suspicions of infiltrating Communist and Soviet spies and sympathizers within American institutions and federal government. Anticommunist sentiment associated with the Second Red Scare and McCarthyism in the United States led restrictionists to push for selective immigration to preserve national security. The bill also placed a preference on economic potential, special skills, and education.
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This version of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) is current as (B) An alien who is paroled under section (d)(5) or permitted to land temporarily as.