Filed: March 20, 2017
Approved: April 3, 2018
- Applicant has been in the United States since 2014
- His wife gave birth to a now three year child in the United States
- At the time of filing she was expecting a second child
We proved that the three year old American Child would experience exceptional hardship not only if the child accompanied the Applicant back to Egypt, but also if the child remained in the United States without the Applicant.
Attorneys at the The Ranchod Law Group successfully affirmed that the second scenario was not a possibility in this case as the child could not remain in the United States without the parents and Applicant’s wife, the mother, was a J2 Visa dependent also subject to the home residency requirement.
We have had other similar cases to this with young American children and our arguments focus primarily on the country conditions which would inherently result in exceptional hardship to an American child living in Egypt for two years.
Attorneys at The Ranchod Law Group have extensive experience and keep up to date in order to make strong arguments on clients’ behalf.
In this specific case we argued that the hardship would become further magnified after the birth of an additional American child. We are so happy this growing family can continue their future in the U.S.
The applicant is a brilliant researcher who is sought after in academics.
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