I-601a Hardship Waiver Approval Notice



I-601a Waiver Approval (July 20, 2017) Form I-797, Notice of Action

The Facts about this i601a waiver approval for Mexican Client

Filed: November 11, 2016
Approved: July 20, 2017

We also argued exceptional emotional hardship in both the scenario of relocation and separation because after suffering a miscarriage the US citizen wife suffered from profound depression. We try to approach each case with multifaceted arguments in order to prove the extreme hardship necessary to win the case. The case was delayed for an entire year but ultimately the case was approved and we are so happy that the client will be able to receive his lawful permanent residency “greencard” which will open new doors of opportunities and give this family a new level of stability.

  • Client entered the U.S. in 2004 illegally by crossing the border with Mexico
  • He has remained in the U.S. without legal status
  • He married a woman of Mexican descent who was born in the U.S.
  • Together the couple has two children born in the U.S.

The Ranchod Law Group argued that if the waiver were denied, there would be extreme hardship to the US citizen wife because she was financially dependent on client.

Additional Elements used to Successfully Argue this case:

  • Client’s wife does not work
  • Even if she found a job she could not earn enough to support herself and their two children because she never even completed high school
  • The older of the two children was only going to school for a few hours a day and the younger of the two children was too young for school
  • Child care would offset the little money the wife could earn
  • Client also could not earn enough abroad to support his family

We Argued:

  • The family could not relocate due to the extreme hardship inherent to the country conditions abroad
  • The wife and children could not relocate because their health insurance was provided by the state of California and the education program for the oldest child was also state-sponsored
  • An exceptional emotional hardship in both the scenario of relocation and separation because after suffering a miscarriage the US citizen wife suffered from profound depression

Here at The Ranchod Law Group we try to approach each case with multifaceted arguments in order to prove the The family could not relocate due to the extreme hardship necessary to win the case. The case was delayed for an entire year but ultimately approved and we are so happy that the client will be able to receive his lawful permanent residency greencard which will open new doors of opportunities and give this family a new level of stability.

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