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There are many reasons why someone may be unwanted in the U.S. Inadmissibility makes problems in green card applications and it is often not checked attentively in non-immigrant applications. People who have these conditions are called inadmissible. There are many reasons that represents inadmissibility. The list of such reasons includes commission of crimes and involvement in terrorist or subversive activity, also affliction with various physical and mental disorders. Some reasons for inadmissibility may be legally excused or waived.
Here are four ways to overcome a finding of inadmissibility:

• In the case of physical or mental illness only, you may be able to correct the condition. Some criminal grounds of inadmissibility can be removed through a court proceeding that sets aside the criminal conviction.

• You can prove that you really don’t fall into the category of inadmissibility the USCIS believes you do.

• You can prove that the accusations of inadmissibility against you are false.

• You can apply for a waiver of inadmissibility.

Correcting Grounds of Inadmissibility
You will no longer be counted inadmissible if you have had a physical or mental illness that is the reason of inadmissibility and you have been cured of the condition by the time you submit your green card application. You may still be eligible for a waiver of inadmissibility, if the condition is not healed by the time you apply.

Proving Inadmissibility Does Not Apply
Inadmissibility proving is a method used mainly to overcome criminal and ideological reasons of inadmissibility. If you deal with criminal reasons of inadmissibility, it is very important to discuss both the type of crime committed and the nature of the punishment in order to see whether your criminal activity really form a reason of inadmissibility.

Proving a Finding of Inadmissibility Is Factually Incorrect
You can try to prove that the inadmissibility is factually wrong, if your green card or nonimmigrant visa application is denied. For example, you can show reports from other doctors stating that the first diagnosis was incorrect and that you are free of the problem. Also when you are accused of lying on a visa application, you can show evidence proving you told the truth, or that any false statements were made not on purpose.