Another I-601A Approved for a Client from Mexico
Filed: June 14, 2016
Approved: November 15, 2016
- Client entered the U.S. illegally in 2002 when she was still a teenager.
- She went on to marry a U.S. Citizen and the couple has two U.S. Citizen children
- Client is fluent in English, gainfully employed, pays her taxes, and has never had any problems with the law.
The Ranchod Law Group argued, that if the waiver were denied, the client’s spouse couldn’t relocate to Mexico because he has some common medical issues and he would lose his health insurance if he moved.
Among other factors:
- client’s spouse cannot leave his employment because he does not have a formal education or training which would allow him to ever earn a comparable position;
- the spouse has two children from his prior marriage and he could not have a relationship with those children if he moved abroad.
A detailed analysis of the facts made it clear that there would also be extreme hardship if client were living in Mexico while her spouse remained in the U.S. because the couple relies on each other to parent their children together: they rely on each other in the U.S. both financially and emotionally.
Each hardship waiver case is different and has different circumstances. Here at the Ranchod Law Group our immigration attorneys have the experience and knowledge to prepare the best case possible for each client.
For this particular client, a mother of two U.S. citizens who has built her life in the U.S. since a young age the peace of mind to finally have legal status is going to be life changing for her and her family.
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