INADMISSIBILITY

Grounds. Waivers

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Foreign Policy

CLASSIFICATION:

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The beneficiary's entry or proposed activities in the U.S. would have adverse foreign policy consequences for the U.S.

DETAILS:

1. Alien is inadmissible (under this ground) even if the U.S. DOS officer has reasonable ground to believe that there is a probability of the above consequences.

2. Alien is inadmissible (under this ground) only if the adverse foreign policy consequences for the U.S. are potentially serious.

3. Inadmissibility (under this ground) cannot be based solely on the alien's past, current, or expected beliefs, statements, or associations, if such beliefs, statements, or associations would be lawful within the U.S., unless

DEFINITIONS: None.

FILING DATE RESTRICTIONS: None.

EXCEPTIONS:

1. Under INA 212(a)(3)(C)(ii) An official of a foreign government or a purported government, or who
is a candidate for election to a foreign government office during the period immediately preceding the
election for that office, if the inadmissibility would be based solely because of the alien's past, current, or
expected beliefs, statements, or associations, if such beliefs, statements, or associations would be lawful
within the U.S.

2. Under INA 212(a)(3)(C)(iii) Inadmissibility cannot be based solely on the alien's past, current, or
expected beliefs, statements, or associations, if such beliefs, statements, or associations would be lawful
within the U.S., unless:

Alien described in the Exceptions 1 and 2 is both: SPECIFIC WAIVERS: None.

GENERAL WAIVERS: None.

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