Adjustment of Status Application and Waiver Approved
Our client applied for adjustment of status through marriage to a United States citizen. Unfortunately, he had an arrest on his record that normally renders an applicant inadmissible. To address this issue, we filed a hardship waiver application on his behalf. In the application we made the case that a denial would cause extreme hardship to his US Citizen Spouse (and child). Additionally, we argued that because he is a good, hardworking person, and because he only has one arrest on his record, it is in the best interests of the United States to allow him to remain with his family. The case was approved.
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