Our Latest I-601A, Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver was approved on September 20, 2017. It is with great joy that we can bring such wonderful news to our clients during this time of turmoil and uncertainty.
Mr. and Mrs. Green (fictional names) contacted our office to see if we could help Mr. Green become a legal resident. We reassured them that we could help them through this difficult process and we would be there every step of the way. Because Mr. Green had an unlawful entry and accumulated unlawful presence, we needed to figure out a way to cure this.
Mr. Green had been married to Mrs. Green (a U.S. Citizen) for over a decade and they had three U.S. citizen children. Mrs. Green and one of the three children had several medical conditions that left her dependent on Mr. Green to take care of their children. Without Mr. Green's support, Mrs. Green would've had to procure child care for three young children, she would not be able to take care of her other financial responsibilities such as his mortgage and healthcare. We were confident that these facts, in combination with others that we could help them identify, would be useful in presenting a case for extreme hardship to Mrs. Green if Mr. Green’s waiver was not granted. We worked diligently alongside our clients to put together the best case and legal argument possible and it paid off.
While it brings us great satisfaction each time we help our clients obtain immigration benefits, this case was particularly satisfying because not only did we get Mr. Green's I-601A waiver approved, but we also helped Mr. Green keep his family together.
I-601A Waivers are complicated and it is important that you obtain competent legal assistance. If you would like a consultation to assess your case, please contact us.
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