The Case: a man who fled from South America into Mexico and illegally into the U.S.
Filed: June 11, 2016
Approved: November 3, 2016
- Client entered illegally in the early 2000s.
- Fled from his home country in South America into Mexico and crossed the border illegally into the U.S.
- Client is married to a U.S. Citizen.
The Ranchod Law Group was successfully able to argue extreme hardship because client’s spouse previously suffered from an eating disorder. Since the eating disorder is not actually about food, it is an unhealthy coping mechanism, we argued that both relocating to a foreign country or remaining in the U.S. without her spouse would result in extreme emotional and related physical hardship.
Also, the spouse receives medical care through Covered California so a relocation out of the U.S. would result in losing her health care.
Finally, we argued client and his wife were particularly worthy of a favorable exercise of discretion due to their extensive volunteer work.
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