Facts about Approval for Exceptional Hardship Waiver – Client from Dominican Republic with Government Funding
Filed: November 16, 2016
Approved: July 24, 2017
- Client entered from the U.S. on a J-1 visa, met and married a U.S. Citizen
- The couple had a baby girl born in the U.S.
To win this case The Ranchod Law Group had to prove that the client’s U.S. citizen wife would suffer extreme hardship both if she tried to relocate to the Dominican Republic and also if she remained in the U.S. while client completed his home residency requirement abroad.
Regarding the scenario of relocation we built arguments based on the wife’s medical needs and also because the wife does not speak Spanish, was born in the U.S., and has no ties to the Dominican Republic.
The Ranchod Law Group provided extensive proprietary research regarding poor country conditions and crime and corruption in the Dominican Republic. To win the part of the case concerning the scenario of separation arguments based on wife and their baby’s reliance on client’s ability to remain in the U.S. we crafted.
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