- Fecha de presentación: 22 de Mayo del 2017
- Fecha de emision del RFE: 17 de Noviembre del 2017
- Fecha de presentacion del RFE: En la fecha limite de Enero 2018
- Fecha de aprobacion: 16 de Agosto del 2018
Los hechos sobre este caso:
- El cliente es originario de un pais al Sureste de Asia
- Su conyuge esta con una Visa J2
- La pareja tiene un hijo inscrito en la primaria
En este caso existieron un numero de factores basados en la situacion financiera y politica de su pais de origen, los que destacan:
- turbulencia política;
- crisis economicas;
- fuerte inflación;
- crisis humanitaria;
- escasez crítica de las necesidades diarias;
- indisponibilidad de atención médica;
- indisponibilidad de medicamentos esenciales;
- ausencia de agua limpia y comida;
- problemas de infraestructura;
- falta de educación.
Todos estos factores tendrían un efecto excepcionalmente negativo en la seguridad, salud, educación, bienestar, desarrollo y salud mental del niño y crearían una situación de extrema dificultad.
Aquí en The Ranchod Law Group, confiamos en gran medida en nuestra capacidad para argumentar el caso y documentar todos estos aspectos negativos y condiciones que la familia experimentaría y soportaría.
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USCIS will start having interviews again after June 4th. Of course, until things change. So that’s the latest of what is happening right now.
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Hi this is Kaushik Ranchod from the Ranchod Law Group welcome to our immigration show! Today we’re going to talk about a J-1 Waiver success story, where the client is from Uzbekistan. Here we were able to prove Exceptional Hardship and get the case of proof by demonstrating Exceptional Hardship to the USCIS because:
- They have two US citizen children and if the children were separated for their parents of course would be Exceptional Hardship. Even if they went with one parent to Uzbekistan and one parent would remain in the United States, there would be Exceptional Hardship due to the separation and also because of the dangerous country conditions as well.
- And then of course there would be financial Hardship. We were able to also demonstrate financial Hardship because of childcare issues. Also the US citizen is also helping provide support for his parents so although the parents are not a direct form or a direct qualifying relative for the J-1 Waiver that still can be used as totality-of-the-circumstances demonstrating a form of Exceptional Hardship and we’re also able to show that if both of them went to Uzbekistan there would also be Exceptional Hardship as well.
So I hope this video helped you if you have questions you can reach us at (916) 613-3553 we are here to help you and we look forward to discussing whether or not your case qualifies for an Exceptional Hardship J-1 Waiver. Thank you have an amazing day!
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