- Date of submission: 12/19/2018
- Date of approval: 11/06/2019
Proving Extreme Hardship to the USCIS
The Ranchod Law Group was able to successfully overcome the high burden to show that client’s daughters would suffer extreme hardship. If the waiver were denied, they would be required to live in Egypt for two years.
We were able to demonstrate to USCIS that even two years spent in Egypt would adversely affect client’s two daughters. Thanks to our in-depth country research, intensive document collection, and our no-stone-unturned approach. We covered arguments spanning from:
- medical standards in Egypt;
- safety of children;
- economic conditions in the country and how they would affect the two girls’ quality of life.
After receiving a challenging Request For Evidence (RFE), we were able to secure an approval for our client’s waiver application in less than one year. Our clients will rest a bit easier this holiday season, knowing that their family can remain in the United States and maintain their quality of life.
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