INADMISSIBILITY

Grounds. Waivers

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Assertions of Immunity from Prosecution

CLASSIFICATION:

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The beneficiary involved in serious criminal activity but has asserted immunity from prosecution.

DETAILS: Alien is inadmissible (under this ground) only if:

DEFINITIONS:
1. Serious criminal offense

2. Felony
FILING DATE RESTRICTIONS: None.

EXCEPTIONS: None.

SPECIFIC WAIVERS:

1. Under INA 212(h)(1)(A) If:

2. Under INA 212(h)(1)(B) If: 3. Under INA 212(h)(2) The terms, conditions and controls, if any, are in the discretion of INS.

NO SPECIFIC WAIVER:

Under INA 212(h)(2)

1. If the criminal acts involve murder or torture.

2. If:

COURT JURISDICTION: Under INA 212(h)(2) No court shall have jurisdiction to review INS
decision to grant or deny waiver.

GENERAL WAIVERS

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