The Facts about another i-612 Hardship Waiver Approval for Entering the U.S.
Filed: March 24, 2016
Approved: May 23, 2017
- Client received Egyptian government funding
- She has two U.S. citizen children
- She had both children while in the U.S. on her J-1 visa
- She had previously returned with her children to Egypt
The Ranchod Law Group the case highlighting the fact that the children had experienced exceptional hardship while in Egypt. One child suffered from chronic respiratory infections in Egypt. The other child, since returning to the U.S. had been diagnosed as having a delay in her development.
We also successfully argued that conditions in Egypt had also deteriorated even further since the last time the family was there. We were happy to be able to help this accomplished individual remain in the U.S. where she could work in her career and have safety for her family.
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