Fraud Waiver

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Fraud Waiver

Fraud Waiver Approved!

Jun (right) was a crewman who jumped ship in 2002. He overstayed in the U.S. for several months, before returning to the Philippines in 2003.

In 2007, his mother petitioned him as a single child. Finally, after many years of waiting, Jun was interviewed at the U.S. Embassy, but he was denied due to fraud.

Jun’s sister (3rd from left) and his mother (2nd from left) consulted with leading U.S. Immigration Attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel (2nd from right), who was able to file a fraud waiver, which was approved.