The Facts about another i-601a Approval for Illegally Entering the U.S.
Filed: July 27, 2016
Approved: December 23, 2016
- Client is from Mexico
- Client entered illegally in 2005
- Client has remained in the U.S. illegally
- Client is married to U.S. Citizen who has several children
- Children are all U.S. Citizens
In order to win these i601-a cases we have to successfully argue that client’s U.S. Citizen wife would suffer extreme hardship if she were to relocate to Mexico with client and also if she remained in the U.S. without client.
Client’s wife and her youngest children receive medical coverage through the state of California and if she relocated to Mexico they would lose access to the medical care they require. Having client in Mexico while client’s wife remains in the U.S. would also result in extreme hardship to his wife because the client is the sole financial provider of the family. With these and many other arguments in favor of this client we were able to secure an approval of client’s i601-a waiver! Extreme hardship cases are not easy to win – The Ranchod Law Group has extensive experience and knowledge. We prepare the very best case possible for each client.
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