The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) lists the specific acts or circumstances that can result in an applicant being deemed permanently inadmissible to the US. However, a finding of inadmissibility does not mean that the applicant can never return to the United States. There exists a fairly complicated process by which a visa applicant can apply for a waiver of his or her inadmissibility. If granted, such a waiver does not erase forever the inadmissible status, but it can allow a temporary and/or limited relief from inadmissibility that will permit the intended travel. We have extensive experience assisting clients with waiver applications, and have made it possible for many inadmissible clients to receive waivers.