Any changes since 2018?

Cb22posted 1 month ago

Just wondering if the application process for I-192 has changed or if the circumstances surrounding needing one (ie. did they cut out needing one for theft under $5000 maybe?) has changed since 2018?

[ Cb22 appended this reply on April 7, 2022 @ 3:33 pm ]

Just wondering if the application process for I-192 has changed or if the circumstances surrounding needing one (ie. did they cut out needing one for theft under $5000 maybe?) has changed since 2018?

Also, does having a pardon make the process any smoother ?

[ Cb22 appended this reply on April 9, 2022 @ 9:43 am ]

@jrogers

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@Cb22 I don't have enough to really see a definite pattern. Go hard on the personal letter, let us know what happens. I would also point out that the ones I have had receive September Letters tended to have court documents, so maybe a connection there.

J Rogers replied 1 month ago   #3

Do you find you’re getting more September letters for those with only one conviction (I have one theft under 5000$ From 13 years ago) last waiver I got was for 5 years but I’m getting ready to apply for a new waiver. Just curious what the chances of a September letter might be

Cb22 replied 1 month ago   #2

@Cb22 Funny, I was just looking at September Letters I had from 2018. I had a client drop in an we just happened to have a copy still of his September Letter.

I have found I am getting a higher percentage of September Letters than in the past, but remember, this could also be that I am getting more people who might fall into this category. I am also doing more waivers than ever.

I think the WAY they adjudicate has changed. I will put this information in its own post.

J Rogers replied 1 month ago   #1

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