All About INA Section 212(a)(6)
Did your client use someone else’s U.S. birth certificate to obtain a driver’s license? What about showing another person’s border crossing card at a port of entry? Is it a problem that your client entered the U.S. without inspection along with her two young children? Section 212(a)(6) of the INA contains some of the most common grounds of inadmissibility, including fraud and misrepresentation, false claims to U.S. citizenship and smuggling. Join us for a discussion of these grounds, the standards for adjudication and the waivers and exceptions that may apply.