What is Inadmissibility?
An investor who is inadmissible is not permitted to enter or remain in the U.S. after inspection by an immigration or consular officer. Grounds for inadmissibility include: health-related considerations, unlawful presence, fraud or misrepresentation, criminal grounds, national security reasons, likelihood of becoming a public charge to the U.S. Government, or lack of labor certification. Even if admitted lawfully to the U.S. on a nonimmigrant visa, an investor could become inadmissible based on acts committed while in the U.S. and could be subject to removal.
Waivers are available, but in limited circumstances for the above ground of inadmissibility. Waivers are also available for applicants from the travel banned countries: Iran, Nigeria, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, North Korea, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Sudan, and Tanzania. Please contact MSA Global to discuss waiver opportunities or other options that may benefit persons from the above countries.