What grounds of inadmissibility does § 212(h) waive?

///What grounds of inadmissibility does § 212(h) waive?

A § 212(h) waiver, if granted, waives the following criminal grounds of inadmissibility:

  • crimes involving moral turpitude
  • a single offense of simple possessionof 30 grams or less of marijuana.
  • multiple criminal convictions where aggregate sentence was 5 years or more.
  • prostitution and commercial vice activities.
  • serious criminal offenses involving a grant of immunity.

     

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