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Reuniting Families After 10 Years:  A Success Story of Reuniting Through Immigration Law

Reuniting Families After 10 Years: A Success Story of Reuniting Through Immigration Law

At DeMine Immigration, we recently had the privilege of assisting a young man whose mother had been deported to Mexico over a decade ago. Our journey with them was one of overcoming challenges and reuniting families.


When an individual faces deportation from the United States, the path to lawful return is often fraught with complexities. In this case, our client had to navigate the ten-year waiting period before seeking permission to reenter the U.S. through the I-212 waiver - Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal.

Timeline of the Case:

Our involvement commenced with meeting the petitioner, the son who is a U.S. citizen, and aiding him in filing an I-130 petition for his mother.

Upon approval of the I-130, we guided the client through consular processing, which involved a crucial interview at the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez.

During the interview, it became apparent that the applicant required an I-212 waiver due to a prior removal order from the U.S. Our team promptly facilitated the filing of the waiver on behalf of the client.

With diligence and perseverance, the I-212 waiver was successfully approved, paving the way for the issuance of the immigrant visa to our client.

After more than a decade of separation, our client triumphantly returned to the U.S. with legal status, marking the culmination of a long and arduous journey.


At DeMine Immigration, we are honored to have played a part in this story of reunion and legal victory. If you or your loved ones are facing immigration challenges, don't hesitate to reach out. Let us help you navigate the path to a brighter future together.


Contact us today for a consultation and let's begin your immigration journey.