Trust A Board-Certified Attorney To Find A Solution
When it comes to understanding the complex legal system, it is important that you have an experienced attorney by your side. While David F. Vedder, P.A., is based in Florida, we have worked with clients throughout the country. Our firm focuses exclusively on immigration.
What Is A Waiver Of Inadmissibility?
Our founding attorney, David F. Vedder, is board certified in immigration and nationality law. This distinction is difficult to achieve and gives him an advantage. It means that he can find solutions to the most complex situations. For example, certain things can make a person inadmissible in the United States. This can leave anyone feeling on edge. That being said, it is possible to get a waiver. This is where we ask the court to make an exception. As your representation, we will do everything we can to help you navigate the application process.
We have helped clients from all backgrounds file for a waiver of inadmissibility. Whether you have been accused of a crime or are dealing with health-related matters, our team is here to advocate on your behalf. We will be honest about your eligibility and what the future may look like. We know that the decisions you make are ultimately up to you. Our job is to give you the information you need and provide you with the guidance you deserve. We are here to answer your questions so you can make smart decisions are you move forward.
Call Today To Schedule A Consultation
If you are running into issues when it comes to getting your citizenship or have questions about your visa status, our team can help. A waiver of inadmissibility may be the best choice. Call our office in Daytona Beach at 386-675-0872 to schedule a consultation today. You can also fill out our contact form. We speak English, Spanish and Chinese.
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