Immigration Services

We help businesses, families, and individuals navigate the immigration process and reach their goals

Corporations / Employees
Adam Walsh Act
The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act categorizes sex offenders into three tiers according to their convictions, with each tier providing different requirements for registration and tracking. The Adam Walsh Act prevents citizens or permanent residents from sponsoring their spouse or other relatives if the petitioner has been convicted of a sexual crime against a child.
Naturalization Exceptions
Adam Walsh Act Waiver Assistance
If the petitioner has a registered sex abuse conviction, the Department of Homeland Security must determine that there is no risk of harm in granting the right to sponsor a spouse or family member before they’ll award an Adam Walsh Act Waiver. Very few, if any, of these waivers are granted as the Department of Homeland Security requires compelling evidence that the applicant does not pose a threat to the beneficiary or the derivative beneficiary.

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