INADMISSIBILITY

Grounds. Waivers

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In General

CLASSIFICATION:

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The beneficiary is likely at any time to become a public charge.

DETAILS:

1. The alien is considered likely to become a public charge if it is the opinion of the consular or INS officer
at the time of application.

2. Under INA 212(a)(4)(B)(i) The officer shall at a minimum consider the alien's

(I) age;
(II) health;
(III) family status;
(IV) assets, resources, and financial status; and
(V) educaltion and skills
3. Under INA 212(a)(4)(B)(ii) In addition, the officer may also consider: 4. The following categories are required to have affidavits of support (Form I-864): For more information, see 'Public Charge'.

GENERAL WAIVERS

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