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J1 Waiver Success Story

Getting a J1 Waiver can be a difficult process, as all immigration processes tend to be. If the applicant is receiving government assistance, however, getting the J1 Waiver can be even more difficult.

Luckily, not all hope is lost.

This week Kaushik Ranchod shares a story of a J1 Waiver success story that features someone who was approved for the waiver despite also receiving US Government assistance.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • [0:43] If you have government funding can you still get a J1 Waiver?
  • [2:11] US Government adds a hurdle to getting a J1 Waiver
  • [2:48] Applicant had 2 children and married to a US Citizen
  • [3:10] Separation from children can demonstrate exceptional hardship
  • [4:00] The applicant was the breadwinner

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