Removability waivers are similar to inadmissibility waivers, but are used when an individual has already been admitted to the U.S., in either resident or non-resident status. When such an individual has violated the conditions of their immigration status in the U.S. or U.S. law in such a way as to cause the government to seek removal, some individuals may be able to petition for this waiver. To obtain this kind of waiver, in most circumstances it will be necessary to demonstrate extreme hardship during a removal proceeding at the Immigration Court.
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