BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The beneficiary
directly or indirectly procured or attempted to procure or to import, prostitutes
or persons for the purpose of prostitution.
Under INA 212(a)(2). Criminal and related
Under INA 212(a)(2)(D). Prostitution and commercialized
Under INA 212(a)(2)(D)(ii). Procuring and importing prostitutes and receiving the proceeds of prostitution.
Procuring or importing prostitutes.
DETAILS: Alien is inadmissible (under
this ground) only if the activities for which the alien is inadmissible
(under this ground) occurred within 10 years of the date of application.
FILING DATE RESTRICTIONS: None.
1. Under INA 212(h)(1)(A) – If:
2. Under INA 212(h)(1)(B) – If:
the activities for which the alien is inadmissible (under this ground)
occurred more than 15 years before the date of the alien's application,
the admission to the U.S. of such alien would not be contrary to the national
welfare, safety, or security of the U.S., and
the alien has been rehabilitated.
3. Under INA 212(h)(2) – The terms, conditions,
and controls, if any, are in the discretion of INS.
the beneficiary is a spouse, parent, son, or daughter of a U.S. citizen
or permanent resident and
the beneficiary's denial of admission would result in extreme hardship
to the U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse, parent, son, or daughter.
NO SPECIFIC WAIVER: Under
INA 212(h)(2) – If:
COURT JURISDICTION: No court shall have jurisdiction to review INS decision
to grant or deny
the alien has previously been lawfully admitted to the U.S. for permanent
since the date of such admission the alien has been convicted of an aggravated
the alien has not lawfully resided continuously in the U.S. for a period
of not less than 7 years immediately preceding the date of initiation of
proceedings to remove the alien from the U.S.
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