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The 212 c waiver does a Lawful Permanent Resident, who is removable on the basis of criminal convictions, eligible to retain the immigration status.
A 212c waiver applicant must establish that he has a resident for at least seven years since his admission to USA and, if convicted for an aggravated felony, a sentence of five years or maybe more in prison was not served for that conviction.