Frequently Asked Questions - Fraud/Misrepresentation
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Anyone who attempts to gain any immigration benefits, including visas, through perceived fraud or misrepresentation is permanently barred from entering the USA. In cases like this, you can try to revisit these findings with the consulate, but these are long, drawn out battles and difficult to win. Temporary visits may be possible with something called a 212 (d) (3) waiver.
1. Yes, if you can get a 212(d)(3) waiver for a limited time or limited purposes.
There are several issues that should be examined before you can make an informed decision.
1. B visa or ESTA does not allow you to “work:”