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I was pardoned in Canada. I know a pardon means nothing in the US. I have a US waiver so I can travel to the US without issue.
Is it possible to permanently move to the USA? Will they ever allow me considering my record in Canada?
What are my options?
You can absolutely get a green card. The only difference for you vs someone without a waiver is you will be asked to file an I-601 an "immigrant" waiver.
My suggestion is do a "K-1" visa (fiance). Then once its granted, you have 90 days to move and make the marriage official. If you mess that up somehow, then you can do a spousal visa instead.
i have many clients who went on to green cards after doing waivers initially.
@Mannysingh..the answer is yes..I have a client who has both a Pardon and Waiver who is engaged to a US citizen..It is a lengthy process..I suggest u hire a Immigration lawyer from the US or a Immigration lawyer in Canada who specializes in this..Also it would help if u r a Canadian citizen..
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