I601A Hardship Waiver Approval for a Young Man from Mexico
- Client is a young man who entered the U.S. as a teenager in the early 2000s.
- His wife and their daughter were born in the U.S.
- Client works on his own account as a carpenter.
- Client’s wife stays home with their child and she is currently in a technical course.
With these facts we argued extreme financial hardship and also loss of educational opportunities if waiver were denied.
- Client’s wife and their daughter receive medical coverage through the state and they pay nothing for office visits or medications.
- Client’s wife also takes responsibility for her parents who are getting older and have various medical issues.
With these latter two facts The Ranchod Law group argued relocating was not a real option. The idea of her husband ever being deported from the U.S. gave the client’s wife anxiety.
Given these facts, we were able to document and argue a successful case of extreme hardship on the client’s behalf.
These cases are not easy to win but we have extensive experience in arguing the particular circumstances for each client.
This will be life changing for this young man and his family.
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