Inadmissibility

View this page in: Français Certain individuals are inadmissible to the U.S. This includes individuals who have committed a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT).  Additionally, an individual may be inadmissible if they have previously violated U.S. immigration laws, overstayed their authorized presence in the U.S., or been charged with Misrepresentation by a U.S. Immigration officer.  In certain situations, an applicant’s inadmissibility may be waived by the Department of Homeland Security.